Thanksgiving treats for dogs Alaska Dog Works

DIY Thanksgiving Dog Treats

Thanksgiving treats for dogs Alaska Dog Works

DIY Homemade Thanksgiving Dog Treats

If you really want to surprise your pet and give him fresh and delicious Thanksgiving treats for dogs, all you have to do is follow our instructions and you will end up with a bunch of tasty dishes! These recipes are easy to make and don’t require almost any additional ingredients aside from those that you will be using for your Thanksgiving dinner.

Plato EOS Turkey with Cranberry Dog Treats

The company is already famous for making some unique and tasty treats and foods for pets, and they’re not missing an opportunity to give something to dogs on Thanksgiving either. These amazing Thanksgiving treats for dogs are made from fresh and completely natural turkey and cranberries, just like the traditional Thanksgiving dinner. They are also grain-free and include plenty of minerals and vitamins for the pup.

It’s a perfect after-dinner dessert for the dog – you don’t have to do anything at all except to serve Plato EOS Turkey with Cranberry Dog Treats, since they are already slow-roasted and ready to go. They are both healthy and delicious and your dog will certainly have something to be thankful for on Thanksgiving if you treat him with this sweet surprise.

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 Bubba Rose Thanksgiving Gobble, Gobble Dog Treats

These chicken and peanut butter flavored Thanksgiving treats for dogs are completely organic and natural. One box comes with four homemade treats and your canine friends will love them, especially since they come in different sizes and shapes. You will get a drumstick, a pie, a turkey face and an orange nugget – basically everything you need to make your dog excited about Thanksgiving.

 Blue Buffalo Turkey Day Feast Canned Dog Food

Not Thanksgiving treats for dogs, but this is another traditional Thanksgiving dinner in a can that is really delicious. With real turkey as the main ingredient, and fresh vegetables and fruits as others, this dog food is both tasty and healthy for your dog.

Of course, there are no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives involved in making Blue Buffalo Turkey Day Feast Canned Dog Food. One smell of this food will make your pooch drool and after he is done eating, he will feel the real spirit of Thanksgiving for a long time.

Woof Bakery Gourmet Biscuits with Yogurt Icing

These tasty Thanksgiving dog treats come in a gift bag that includes 1 turkey biscuit, 1 turkey leg, and three fall leaves. That’s more than enough to make your dog feel happy about the turkey day holiday together with the family.

These Thanksgiving treats for dogs are made with Honey Oat recipe and glazed with colored yogurts that give Woof Bakery Gourmet Biscuits with Yogurt Icing a truly beautiful look. These biscuits can be consumed at any time, but it is probably best to treat your dog to them right after the Thanksgiving dinner and only then, given that while they’re delicious to dogs, it’s best not to feed these on a regular basis.

Turkey & Cranberry Dog Treats

Turkey and cranberries are not just a traditional combination for Thanksgiving, they are also an amazingly good combination to make dog treats. Turkey is tasty and dogs love it, while cranberries are great for your dog’s health.


  • 1 cup cooked turkey
  • 1 cup whole cranberries
  • 1 egg
  • 3-1/2 cups whole wheat flour
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon baking powder
  • 1/2 cup water or broth

If you are cooking the turkey for your dinner while you are making these Thanksgiving treats for dogs, then you can use the broth and you won’t need the oil. On the other hand, if you are using frozen turkey then oil is needed if you don’t want your treats to be dry.

Start by preheating your oven to 350 degrees and greasing two cookie sheets. Then, you should mix the flour and baking powder in a bowl. Add turkey and egg into a blender with some broth or water if you need it and mix it until the turkey looks like baby food. Then you add cranberries and mix it all until the mixture is completely smooth.

Add this mixture into the bowl and stir with the rest of the ingredients to make a thick dough that you will knead on a floured surface. Don’t use too much flour. Use cookie cutters to make the shape of the treats. Bake the treats in the oven for 30 minutes and serve them to your canine buddies after they have cooled off nicely.

Sweet Potato Dog Treats

There is no Thanksgiving dinner without sweet potatoes and if you want your dog to enjoy them too you should make him these delicious treats.


  • 1 sweet potato – baked, peeled
  • 1 cup tapioca flour
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tablespoon honey

Start by preheating the oven to 325 degrees. Mix all of the ingredients in a bowl and make a sturdy dough – you may need to add a teaspoon of water if the dough is too dry or a bit more flour if it is too wet. Roll out your dough to make it half of inch thick. Use cookie cutters to cut dough into shapes and then bake them for around 10 minutes. Let them cool before you serve them to your dog.