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Thanksgiving is just around the corner and we are all busy planning visits and feasts with friends and family to celebrate life and everything for which we are grateful.  For those of us that consider our dogs as family, we want to safely include our furry friends in the festivities.

 It’s important to remember that certain people food, plants and decorations can be dangerous to pets. Be wary…there is always a weak link at the table, the one the dog is sitting nearest!

Please note:  The following recipes are for dogs of normal weight, activity, and general good health.  Please always check with your vet to ensure that all new foods, portions, and ingredient balance are suited to your dog’s needs. Live Love Dogs or its principals cannot be held responsible for any reactions your dog may have. Many people foods such as onion and garlic can be toxic for dogs.  As new information is discovered about human food effects on dogs, it’s a good idea to make it a habit to check this list at the ASPCA’s website.

Thanksgiving Dinner for Dogs

Turkey, sweet potatoes, cranberries and gravy — just like grandma used to make!  I think our dogs actually love turkey and sweet potatoes as much as we do.  You can make this one from scratch or just use up your leftovers as long as they don’t contain any questionable ingredients or spices.

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Turkey Meatloaf for Dogs

This was Walter’s all-time favorite thing on earth (besides me, of course).  I mixed it up a lot, adding whatever veggies I had on hand. I’d chop them up super small because he would spit out anything green just on principle!

This recipe includes whole wheat flour.  A good gluten-free substitute might be coconut flour and it is actually healthy for pets (and humans) to consume.

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Turkey Stew for Dogs

Turkey, brown rice, potato, and carrots.  You can also make this one from scratch or just use up your leftovers (as long as they don’t contain any questionable ingredients or spices.)

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Thanksgiving Turkey Gobblers

A healthy Thanksgiving treat!  Your dog will thank you!  From the “3 Dogs Bakery Cookbook.”

This recipe includes whole wheat flour.  A good gluten-free substitute might be coconut flour and it is actually healthy for pets (and humans) to consume.

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