Turkey and Rice Recipes
A Thanksgiving Feast
For Your Dog!

Thanksgiving is a time to eat, eat, eat and eat until your stuffed to the gills.

How about taking some of those Thanksgiving Turkey scraps or left overs and make your dog this yummy Turkey and Rice Recipes.

Trust me, your puppy dog would REALLY love to chow down on a healthy Thanksgiving treat of their own.

This is a super easy dog treat made in loaf style that can also be made any time of the year!



• 1 lb. of left over Turkey Meat

• 1/4 cup of grated shredded carrot

• 1 cup of cooked brown rice

• 1/2 cup low sodium chicken broth

• 3 Tbsp. chopped parsley


Preheat your oven for 350 degrees. Lightly grease sides and bottom of a loaf pan.

Take the turkey meat and finely chop it up and then mix all the ingredients together well in a bowl. I find that using my hands works better.

Scoop the mixture into the loaf pan, completely filling it. Press the mixture into the loaf pan.

Bake the Turkey loaf for approx. 45 minutes.

Take it out of the oven and let cool completely. Then you can cut it into bite-sized pieces for your dog.

Left overs should be stored in the frig for no more than 4 days.

I freeze a lot of the cut up pieces so I have them to give out later.

For Dessert why not try these Pumpkin Dog Treats - Just change out the cookie cutters to Pumpkins!

Now Go On......Your Dog Is Waiting For You!

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