Hey Folks, Ryan here, wishing everyone a glorious Thanksgiving feast. May it be full of pie, ham and turkey, 'till your hearts delight. While its great to get together with the family and friends, a lot of people forget that our furry friends are along for the ride! smelling and seeing the beautiful bounty can be quite tempting. So reward your dog and let him/her take place in the eating debauchery as well! I have featured a few recipes here earlier in the month, but just in case you missed them, here are a couple that I'm definitely going to try tonight.
cranberry sauce (take it easy on this one, dogs don’t need a lot of sugar in their diets!)
any other vegetables (not onions!)
Mix together all of the above, and drizzle lightly with a tablespoon or two of gravy. Don’t give your dog more than one serving (approximately how much he’d eat anyway). Make certain there are no bones in the meat. Remember, while hot food tastes great to humans, dogs’ aren’t used to it. Let his food cool thoroughly.
Next is a great article about sharing your dinner with your dogs, and gives you some knowledge on thanksgiving day food. The Goods and The Bads are listed there so that you can make your OWN specialty doggie dinner, remember to write down your recipe though, so you can do it again next year!
by Patti Lawson
Again, enjoy your evening and remember! NO BONES FOR FIDO! :)