Turkey and Cranberry Christmas Dog Treats: Easy, Healthy, DIY, Homemade Dog Treat



A whole turkey in our house usually means turkey pie and turkey sandwiches for longer than anyone wants. 
These delicious dog treats are made with spare turkey and cranberry to help use those unwanted leftovers. The dogs love them, and it means no food will go to waste!
These tasty biscuits are healthy too. They include beneficial ingredients, including:
Turkey - A source of lean protein, this is great for building and maintaining muscles.
Cranberries - In small amounts, cranberries are safe for dogs to eat. They might be able to improve bladder health and oral hygiene.
Egg - This binding ingredient is used in most biscuit recipes. Not only is it useful to the mixture, but it is also packed full of essential acids and vitamins.
You can alter the size and shape to your dogs' preference. 
Let us know if you give these a try, and send a picture with your beautiful doggies #wildbarkers!
This recipe is designed as a treat for your dog and should not be fed in place of their regular food. Treats should only make up a maximum of 10% of your dogs' daily food intake.
The treat quantity and size can be altered to suit your dog.
Please contact your veterinarian with any questions and before introducing new foods to your dogs' diet.


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How To Make Our Turkey and Cranberry Christmas Dog Treats


  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1/2 cup cooked turkey
  • 1/2 cup dried cranberries
  • 1/8 cup water
  • 1 egg
1. Add the flour and water to a bowl and mix.
2. Add the egg and knead into a dough.
3. Add the turkey and cranberries and combine.
4. Flour a work surface and roll the dough to 1/4-inch thickness.
5. Cut into treat-sized pieces.
6. Place on a baking tray and pierce with a fork.
7. Bake at 350 degrees F (175 degrees C) for 25 minutes or until crisp.
8. Allow to cool before serving. 


Quick Video On How To Make Our Turkey and Cranberry Christmas Dog Treats

Disclaimer: Always check with your veterinarian or nutritionist before feeding your dog new foods.


Printable PDF Guide

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Disclaimer: Each dog is different, and every circumstance is different. All efforts have been made to provide accurate information. However, it is not provided by a qualified Veterinarian, Veterinarian Surgeon, or Behaviorist. The information provided is purely educational. The information should not be used as an alternative or substitute for medical care. If you have any health or medical concerns, contact a qualified Veterinary Surgeon or Veterinarian immediately.

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