Thanksgiving Food and Treats

Thanksgiving Food and Treats

Oct 31, 2016Nick Batcheller

What better way to enjoy Thanksgiving with your furry family members than allowing them to enjoy turkey, sweet potato, cranberry and pumpkin flavored food and treats! We've highlighted some of our favorites below with some fun videos of our office dogs enjoying a little Thanksgiving feast of their own. 


Wholesome Pride Sweet Potato Mini Bites 

From Wholesome Pride, we have their tasty and crunchy sweet potato bites! These offer you another fun and tasty way to include your dogs in the Thanksgiving feast.


Weruva Pumpkin Jack Splash 

From Weruva, we have their Pumpkin Jack Splash cat food! Made from Tuna, Pumpkin and other natural ingredients, this is the perfect way to include your cats in the Thanksgiving festivities.


The Honest Kitchen Keen Whole Grain Turkey Dog Food 

From The Honest Kitchen, we have their whole grain Keen turkey dog food. This 100% human grade dog food is the perfect way to include your dogs in the Thanksgiving feast!


Small Batch Turkey Jerky 

Another great way to safely and healthily feed your dogs turkey this Thanksgiving is with Smallbatch Turkey Jerky. Dogs go crazy for this treat and you'll feel good feeding it to them knowing these are 100% natural. These savory treats are hand sliced in a USDA human food facility and are naturally dehydrated without any additives.


Rosie's Pumpkin and Cinnamon Soft Dog Treats 

What Thanksgiving feast would be complete without dessert? Feed your dogs these tasty and natural pumpkin and cinnamon dog treats and all that's left is the food coma.


Grandma Lucy's Organic Oven Baked Dog Treats 

If your dog is not feeling a pumpkin inspired treat, maybe cranberry is what they are looking for. These organic and oven baked dog treats from Grandma Lucy's are another great dessert option for your dogs this Thanksgiving.


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