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FALL IS HERE! The leaves are changing, the weather is finally cooling off, and all the spooky décor is out. Some of the best things about fall is the FOOD—from Thanksgiving, pumpkin, apple pie—the list is endless. Sadly, your dog isn’t able to enjoy all of the same fall foods as you, so let’s break down four different in-season fall foods your dog can enjoy with you.
 

Pumpkin 

Everyone knows that fall is pumpkin season! Pumpkins are a great source of fiber for dogs, can help soothe an upset stomach, and remove excess water in a dog’s digestive track. Pumpkin can be found in numerous dog treat recipes as well. And while you’re carving your Jack-O-Latern, save those pumpkin seeds to share with your dog in moderation!
 

Cranberries

Dogs can have cranberries—but that doesn’t mean you can share your cranberry sauce. Cranberries are known for boosting your dog’s immune system, preventing some cancers, improving cognitive and bladder health, and more. Be sure to feed these to your pup in moderation, too many can lead to an upset stomach. 
 

Celery 

Not many people care for celery (unless peanut butter is involved), but celery is completely safe for you dog! It provides a great crunch and recommended as a weight-loss treat since it is very low in fat and is made from 95% water. It is also an excellent source of fiber and Vitamins A, C, and K. You can read more about celery for dogs here.
 

Turkey

Tis the season for turkey! Thanksgiving is known for being the holiday all about the turkey, and luckily you can share with your dog. Turkey is a great source of protein, and one of the reasons why we made our Turkey Chips! A great alternative for dogs with chicken allergies, and to make sure your dog is involved with their Thanksgiving meal.
 
We’re sure your dog will definitely be enjoying fall with all these great food options!
Treat you Fall Furbabies next week!

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