Holiday Foods Your Dog Can & Can't Eat
Over the next little while, I'm sure you're going to be extra busy with friends and family dinners and parties. Your pup is just as excited to celebrate the holidays but with them, they have a more strict Nice & Naught List of foods to abide by. I'm here to help you skip that trip to the vet to allow you to rock around the Christmas tree. 🎄
Nice List Foods
Packed with fiber, manganese, and vitamins C and K. Best served plain without any butter or spices.
Packed with antioxidants, vitamins, and even urinary support for both humans and dogs. Forget the cranberry sauce in a can and go more natural.
The holiday staple can be loved by dogs! No need to get mad at Uncle Fred secretly feeding your dog from the dinner table because unseasoned, cooked turkey is safe for your pup. Remove the skin first to remove all of that excess seasoning.
This doesn't mean Apple Pie, just plain apples without any excess sugar. Apples are packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fiber.
Our Pizza Cookies help your pup feel included without all of the stress of eating the wrong food.
Naughty List Foods
Onion, Garlic, and Chives
These three are found in almost every holiday dinner sides from stuffing to mashed potatoes.
You can get lit but not your pup. If you spilled a drink, make sure you clean it up before the dog hoovers to lick it up.
This is not a full list of holiday foods your dog can and can't eat. Be sure to always Google if you're unsure. Always remember to not overfeed your dog. Even though you may not be able to say no to that third helping, your dog definitely doesn't need it.
A Sweet Treat Your Doggo Will Love
The holidays are hectic and from one pup parent to another, you want to make them smile. At Wüfers, we are all about creating that moment with your dog. Make the moment merry with a sweet treat to bring a smile to their face.