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Christmas treats

Save money with our list of top tasy treats this Christmas!

When introducing any new food, we recommend introducing it slowly to reduce the chance of tummy upsets.

Raw carrots

Raw carrots make great crunchy snacks and are filled with fibre and beta-carotene, plus are good for your dog's teeth.

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Kongs stuffed with wet food, soaked kibble, or dog-safe snacks like natural yoghurt are a budget-friendly way to keep your dog occupied. You can even freeze them to make them last longer.


Tidbits of meat make fantastic training treats. They only need to be the size of a grain of rice, so a little can go a long way. Ensure the meat is free of gravy and is unseasoned as garlic and onion are toxic to dogs. Never feed your dog cooked bones.

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Cooked vegetables

Cooked vegetables are fun snacks to treat your dog to this Christmas. Peas, carrots, broccoli, and potatoes are all good options, or try some sprouts if you’re brave enough!


Fruit is healthy a healthy option with some great benefits. Try blueberries for antioxidants, bananas for potassium, or strawberries for vitamin C.