Le Dog Company | Keep Your Dog Safe & Happy on Thanksgiving Day

The holidays are a time for family, friends, and of course, food. It's busy to say the least and can be tough on our fur family. Here's how to keep your dog safe from table scraps, happy with extra company over, and make them comfortable after a wonderful but busy day.

Taking Care of Your Dog on Thanksgiving Day

Thanksgiving is a wonderful time to spend with family and friends, but it can be tough on your dog. With all the commotion of cooking and hosting, it's easy to forget about your fluffy friend. But there are a few things you can do to make sure your dog has a happy and safe holiday.

Thanksgiving Day Dog Walk

First, take them on a long brisk walk before everyone arrives. It'll be good for them but also you before everyone shows up.

Second, have a designated spot for your dog to go to when they need some alone time. This might be their crate or a quiet room in the house where they can relax with their favourite bed. We love Le Dog Company leather dog beds because they have an orthopaedic mattress that will make sure they are comfortable and happy all day long

Dog Begging on Thanksgiving Day | Le Dog Company

Third, make sure that all of your guests know not to feed your dog table scraps. It's tempting to give them a little taste of turkey or stuffing, but too much rich food can make them sick. Stick to their normal diet and they'll be just fine.

Fourth, if your dog is prone to getting anxious around strangers or loud noises, consider giving them some calming aid like CBD oil or Rescue Remedy. This will help keep them relaxed and stress-free throughout the day.

Finally, an easy one! Don't forget to give them plenty of love and attention after everyone leaves. They deserve it after putting up with all the craziness of Thanksgiving Day.

By following these simple tips, you can ensure that your dog has a happy and safe Thanksgiving Day. Just remember to take them on a walk before everything gets started, provide them with a quiet place to relax, stick to their normal diet, and give them plenty of love and attention. Your dog will be thankful that you did!

Written by Kristin Postill

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