Cranberry Dog Treats and Can My Dog Eat Cranberries?

Time For a T'giving Treat: Cranberries


While it's often overlooked on the human table for Thanksgiving, this fruit is actually a safe snack for pets year-round! A few cranberries can be added to a pooch's normal meal for variation or even dried cranberries, too (provided there's no sugar added) if you're cooking up a homemade sauce this Thursday.

Cranberries help with urinary tract infections, even for dogs, and they're also sold in powdered form as the juice itself rarely appeals to pets. The berries are full of antioxidants, so if you don't have the real deal come turkey day, a bag of Zuke's Z-Ridge Cranberry Fresh Breath Dental Chew Bones ($9) will keep him properly distracted during dinnertime instead.

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