6 Thanksgiving Dog Treat Recipes

Before you slip into a turkey-induced food coma this Thanksgiving, whip up some holiday treats for the special pups in your life.

6 Thanksgiving Dog Treat Recipes

Giving thanks for your furry four-legged friends (and their stylish personalized pet tags) is something that should happen year round, but Thanksgiving only comes once a year. This year, instead of treating your dog with approved people food from your Thanksgiving plate, try making one of these pet-approved healthy dog treats.

We’ve scoured the web for the best Thanksgiving dog treat recipes out there, with bites that you might be tempted to try for yourself. (Go ahead, we won’t judge.) From all of us here at Dog Tag Art Pet ID Tags, we wish you and your pets a fun and tasty Thanksgiving! 


Homemade Cheddar and Bacon Bit Dog Treats - These amazing savory biscuits from The Cottage Market might be the most tempting treat of all, and Fido will positively flip for a taste.
Peanut Butter Pumpkin Dog Treats - You only need four simple ingredients and about an hour of free time to make 75 of these delishdoggie cookies from Design Crush.

Turkey Time

Frozen Turkey Dinner - Talk about cool! 17 Apart serves up a way to combine turkey broth with pet-healthy veggies to make a lick-smacking treat that’s especially nice for warmer climates.
Leftovers Winner Dinner - Canine Nutritionist Jonna Anne whipped up this recipe, complete with portion size and nutritional info. Check out her book for more healthy canine recipes.


Pumpkin Pie for Dogs - When it’s time to break out the pie, your pup can have their own special kind with these awesome Pumpkin Pie Bites via PopSugar.

Frosty Paws - A refreshing treat featuring flax seeds, making them good for your dog and their coat, from the good folks over at Sugar The Golden Retriever.


Kathleen McCafferty sure loves Thanksgiving, and so does her pup, Ira G! Nothing says “I love you” like homemade dog treats, and these healthy dog treat recipes will foster an attitude of gratitude, with tail-wagging, trick-inducing fun.