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Keeping Your Dog Healthy & Safe at Thanksgiving

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Before our American readers head off to begin their Thanksgiving travels or, as in our case, their Thanksgiving meal preparations, we wanted to pass along some links to previous articles here on DogTipper about keeping your dog safe during this holiday. Thanksgiving is a fun family time filled with lots of food–including foods that Fido […]

Turkey & Cranberry Dog Treat Recipe

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With Thanksgiving right around the corner, I wanted to feature a holiday-themed recipe this week….and what could be more traditional than turkey and cranberries? Turkey is a canine favorite and cranberries are incredibly beneficial for dogs so this seemed like a great combination for treats (although I was a little worried that the dogs might […]

Keeping Your Dog Happy at Thanksgiving

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With Thanksgiving just a little over a week away (how did that happen? wasn’t it just Halloween!), we wanted to pass along some tips on ensuring that your dog has a happy holiday, too. Pet lifestyle expert and TV personality (seen on NBC’s Today Show, TV Land, E! and ABC News) Dara Foster has joined […]

Planning Your Dog’s Thanksgiving Feast

Are you making plans for Thanksgiving Dinner yet? As you start preparing for your own turkey, cranberry sauce, and all the fixings, don’t forget plans for your dog’s holiday meal! Loews Hotels, well-known for their pet-friendly policies, has come up with a special Houndly Holidays package that includes Thanksgiving treats especially created by Loews Hotels […]

Avoiding Pancreatitis at Thanksgiving

The other day, we talked about tips for keeping your dog safe at Thanksgiving, from avoiding turkey bones and securing your trash to making sure your dog doesn’t run out during all the hustle and bustle of the holiday. There’s another important consideration, too, on this day that involves so much food: pancreatitis. Pet emergency […]

Keeping Your Dog Safe at Thanksgiving

As American readers begin to prepare for Thanksgiving, it’s time to make a few preparations with your dog in mind on this important day. If you’ll have a house full of company, now’s the time to make sure you have a current ID tag on your dog’s collar. A day filled with doors opening and […]