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What NOT to feed your Dogs during the Holidays.

We all want to share the Holiday Joy with our furry family, but we must be careful on what we share.

Things Not to share are: Turkey skin, drippings and gravy

Turkey Twine, Turkey Bones

Sage, Bread Dough, Corn on the Cob

Raisins or grapes, Onions and garlic

Alcohol or Chocolate

So what can we share that would be safe and festive?

Turkey (boneless and well cooked)

Sweet Potatoes, Green Beans

Cranberry, Carrots and Apples

I found this really Great Recipe Book for your Dog.

The Healthy Hound Cookbook: Over 125 Easy Recipes for Healthy, Homemade Dog Food--Including Grain-Free, Paleo, and Raw Recipes!

Your best friend deserves the best, and the simple, all-natural recipes in this book will make it easy to create healthy treats and meals for your favorite canine. Authors Paris Permenter and John Bigley, of the popular website, have crafted more than 125 nutritious recipes using healthy, fresh ingredients from your kitchen. From Oatmeal Turkey Dog Biscuits to Peanut Butter and Banana Dog Ice Cream, each of these homemade dishes uses only real, whole ingredients like beef, chicken, potatoes, and carrots, so you'll always know that your furry friend is getting a snack that's flavorful as well as nutritious. You'll also find information on cooking techniques, recipes for pets on grain-free, Paleo, or raw diets, and a portion calculator to adjust serving sizes according to breed. With the whole foods recipes in The Healthy Hound Cookbook, your dog will start living a more natural, happier, and more flavorful life.

Click on Picture to get link for this Really Great Cookbook. Your Dog will love you for it!

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