Thanksgiving Recipe for Dogs
During the Thanksgiving season, we receive a lot of questions on whether it's OK to feed Fido turkey
and mashed potatoes with gravy so that he can join the
fun. The clear answer is... maybe
In many cases it depends on what you add to your recipes... and a change
in Fido's diet may produce nothing more serious that an upset stomach and/or diarrhea..
...but who wants that on a holiday? I know your dog doesn't !
In the spirit of everybody should be able to get into the act, here's a recipe that we found from the author of
Petsumer Report that looks scrumptous and will let your best friend enjoy this day of thanks with you and your
If you aren't celebrating this is still a great recipe that we think your dog will love.
"Thanksgiving Dinner for Dogs
Protein 39 grams Fat 29 grams Calories 560
Serves one 30 lb dog, 2 meals, 1 day
3/4 cup turkey breast cooked, skin and fat removed, ground/shredded
2 oysters mashed
3/4 cup sweet potato cooked in skin, chopped into bite size
3/4 cup cauliflower steamed, chopped into bite size
3/4 cup green beans steamed, chopped into bite size
2 tablespoons almond butter
400 mg calcium or 1/4 teaspoon finely ground egg shell
Optional 1/2 cup bone broth
Combine turkey, mashed oysters, sweet potato, cauliflower, and
green beans into medium bowl; mix well. Add almond butter and
calcium; mix. Add bone broth, mix.
Hint: almond butter mixes easier when warmed slightly. "
END S. Thixton, Truth About Pet Food
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