You Can Buy Your Dog a Plush Turkey Hat, and Other Thanksgiving-Themed Goodies
Halloween may have be the biggest pet-costume holiday, and Christmas may be the most wonderful time of the year to put a holiday sweater on your dog, but there’s a whole holiday in between the two that you can also inflict upon your pets. If a Thanksgiving-themed pet product line doesn’t sound like an idea with much potential, maybe that’s just because you haven’t seen a turkey-shaped plush dog hat yet.
PetSmart has released a Thanksgiving collection for pets, which includes T-shirts, bandanas, toys, and hats. Here are the highlights:
Pumpkin pie is for humans, but dogs can enjoy this non-edible replica.
Buy: Pumpkin Pie Dog Toy, $4.99
What’s not to love about a plush turkey hat for your dog? This, and the other hat in the collection, come in small and large sizes.
Buy: Holiday Turkey Pet Hat, $9.99
When are dogs not in feast mode, though?
Buy: Holiday “Feast Mode” Pet Tee, $9.99
This bandana is reversible, for twice the begging potential.
Buy: Holiday Reversible Turkey Pet Bandana, $9.99
Your dog is already cute enough to eat.
Buy: Holiday Pumpkin Pie Pet Hat, $9.99
This squeaky plush turkey hides a wishbone toy inside.
Buy: Holiday 2-in-1 Turkey Dog Toy, $9.99
While Thanksgiving is full of delicious food for humans, not all of it is edible for dogs, no matter how much they may try to convince you otherwise. PetSmart sent us a helpful breakdown of Thanksgiving foods dogs can and can’t eat. Dangerous foods include scallions (and the whole allium family), chocolate, xylitol, grapes and raisins, nuts, cooked bones, and ice cream. On the safe list, meanwhile, are turkey, pumpkin, yams, sweet potato, carrots, green beans, and cranberries.