Your Dog’s Christmas Dinner

Dogs at Christmas Dinner Table

Your Dog’s Christmas Dinner

What’s on the Menu for Your Dog This Christmas?

Delicious festive flavours available for your dog’s Christmas dinner

As we plan our Christmas menu, it’s important to remember that the scrumptious human food that we will enjoy over the festive season isn’t suitable for our dogs. When it comes to Christmas dinner however, there’s no reason why your dog should be left out! We’ve taken a look at some of the most delicious festive flavours that have been lovingly prepared for your dog this Christmas to help you ensure the ultimate fine dining experience for your four legged family members!

First up this Christmas is SEVEN with Turkey, Sweet Potato and CranberryMade with 50% Turkey and complemented by delicious and nutritious sweet potato and cranberry, this is a food that smells you good you’ll consider tucking in yourself! Rich in Omega 3, amino acids, vitamins & minerals this is a dinner that’s not just for Christmas. Also available in a Senior / Light variant that offers the same delicious taste but with adjusted ingredients to suit the needs of your older dog.

For dogs that prefer an alternative to the traditional turkey, why not consider adding Go Native Free Run Duck with Apple & Cranberry to the menu? Made in Ireland, using only Irish ingredients, this sumptuous meal is rich in iron and it will provide your dog with a high quality, easily digested protein source. Duck is also a great source of amino acids to support strong muscles.

For dogs that love a nothing more than tucking into haute cuisine, Eden Country Cuisine is a savour sensation for your dog this Christmas! This holistic, grain free diet is made with only the highest quality Duck, Lamb, Rabbit and Venison – and your dog will love it! It also contains prebiotics to support digestion, and additional joint supplements.

For younger members of the family, take a look at Collards Turkey & Rice for Puppies. This hypoallergenic food is free from wheat, gluten and dairy is a Turkey dinner that delight your puppy. Collards also have a version available for adult and senior dogs.

For dogs that prefer to dine on wet food, take a look a the offering available from Seven – their Puppy Turkey & Salmon or Turkey & Sweet Potato for older dogs are great grain free options for dogs with sensitive tums. Alternatively, Forthglade have some more delicious grain free options for adult dogs like their Gourmet Turkey & Goose, Duck & Turkey for smaller breed dogs, for their Just Turkey, perfectly prepared for your dog this Christmas.

Christmas Treats for Dogs

And what about the treats? It’s important to remember that human chocolate can be toxic for dogs so please don’t be fooled by those puppy dog eyes! Instead, we recommend picking up some of our yummy range of dog friendly treats, macarons and selection boxes and stockings – pawfect for that under the tree stocking filler or just to have to hand when the family is settling down for a movie marathon.

Pet Bakery Christmas Treats are only available during the festive period! These Festive Christmas Dinner treats are delicious, crunchy, gourmet shortbread biscuit with turkey and cranberries. Made with only the highest quality ingredients, no artificial preservatives and no added salt, these artisan doggie delights are perfect for your pampered pooch.

For a decadent treat, why not pick up a pack of Strawberry & Peanut Butter Flavoured Macarons? Filled with delicious yoghurt to keep tails wagging, they are made with no added artificial flavours, colours or preservatives. 

If your dog prefers a more savoury treat, we love the Cheeseboard Platter from Rosewood. Presented in a festive giftbox, it’s makes a great stocking filler for the pup in your life, and includes a selection of cheesey crackers and soft cheese bones.

For more great Christmas gift ideas, or to speak to one of our pet care advisors about your dog’s diet and nutrition, drop in-store to your local Petmania today.

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