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Plan The Best Thanksgiving Meal For Your Pet

Pets, oh, what a lovely bunch of people they are? My professor, who used to teach Romanticism, said it in the class that, to complete their lives, humans must do a master’s in literature and must have at least one pet in their lifetime. Now when I hear her thoughts from the earphones of the 21st century, I find whatever she said was one hundred percent right. They are our happiness, folded in the little packets of fur. Talking about joy, in the season of joy, the festival of joy and humble behavior is upon us; yep, I am talking about thanksgiving. We thank everyone that has ever given us any positive thing possible.  We buy gifts and decorate our tables with centerpieces. So, how can we forget about the people who keep us stable all year long? Our pets! Hence, in this blog, we are going to talk about meals you can offer to your pet to show your gratitude towards it. Let’s begin then:


Turkey and Sweet Potatoes

You must be heading towards marshmallows and sweet potatoes, but wouldn’t that be too much sugar for your doggo? I think it will be a lot of sugar is never good for them. Home-cooked turkey and potatoes are in the dog trends again too. They simply love it, and it is always a welcome sight to see those tiny eyes light up when you walk with the meal towards them. Even if you like me, it is fond of keeping multiple dogs, then turkey loaf is a perfect choice for you, and for them, a family treat, you can call it, if you may. You can add healthy ingredients like kale, carrots, and pumpkin in it, and I promise that these will keep your pooch happy and healthy.


Pumpkin Peanut Butter Treat


I asked my mother at least a zillion times, “How she stays so upbeat cooking food for our family all the time?” My concern was that she was doing everything alone, and we were seven people in the family. It was a lot to ask from her, but still, she would do it without any frowns. Now I understand when you cook for your family, there is nothing like “too much work.” So, if you think your dogs as family, DIY this one. 2 Eggs, ½ cup pumpkin, two tablespoons of peanut butter, ½ teaspoon salt, ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon, two and a half cups of whole wheat flour. Preheat the oven up to 350 degrees F. Put everything in a bowl and whisk together. Add water as you please to keep your dough tighter or loose. The dough must be dry; it is essential. Roll the dough in a thick roll of about ½ inch roll. Cut it into pieces and bake them in the oven for 40 minutes.


Howl-o-Ween Skeleton Bones


Any kind of bones are fantastic to have for all the dogs; they simply love it; they love it like Kim Kardashian loves Kanye West’s money. You will need one egg, one cup of water, two and a half cups of unbleached flour, one chicken bouillon cube for skeleton bones. For icing on the bones, one cup nonfat plain yogurt, and a half cup of water. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees, now to prevent your bones from sticking to cookie pan spray it lightly. Mix everything in a bowl. Make small rolls of the dough and cut it into small pieces. Put your batter into the bone-shaped cookie pan and then press it to fit into the shape of bones. Let it feel the heat in the oven for 30 long minutes and then take it out. Allow the weak bones to cool down and admire the crackings on the bones. If the cracks won’t make them look real, what will?


Pumpkin Spice Puppuccinos

What is a fall without Pumpkin Spice? Nothing, let me tell you, not a thing, and when we have puppuccinos in the house like a dog treat, all you need to do is to get a colossal blanket out, get two bowls, and get all snuggly.


Candy Corn Dog Treats


Frozen candy, for you lazy bunch. It is THE most straightforward way of making your pooch happy and making a holiday even more fun. Not a lot of work, not a lot to put up, but a lot of fun is promised in this treat.




Yeah, these treats will make this Halloween a Howl-o-ween alright; I mean, what a dog needs more than his human making food for him and working hard? Oh yes, one more thing that you can do here is to cook some for yourself too. Make it a day for yourself, and for your dog, thank him for serving you and being a perfect partner. If you have an emotional support dog, then your liability of doing something for your partner in crime even more.