Are you ready for Thanksgiving? Have you done all the shopping? What about for your furry friends? If not, Petco has us covered with not only the Thanksgiving treats, but also holiday worthy food for our cats and dogs.
During a search of Thanksgiving themed dog toys, I realized that Petco not only has a number of those, including a turkey with rope legs and a plush ham bone that says “Bone to Be Wild,” but they also have dog and cat food that are actually like feeding them Thanksgiving dinner in can. (I know that didn’t exactly sound appetizing, but that’s probably because we aren’t dogs or cats.)
While the selection of Thanksgiving specific products is not that great, with just 13 results on the search page, it is still a nice little surprise for those of us who really thought that stores were going from Halloween straight into Christmas.
So what exactly are the Thanksgiving meals our furry friends could potentially enjoy thanks to Petco?
Petco has the Thanksgiving goods we didn’t know our pet needed
Up first there is the Merrick Grain Free Thanksgiving Day Dinner Wet Dog Food. This comes in a 12 ounce can and is available in a case of 12, so if your pup loves these flavors or you want them to enjoy the holiday meal for more than a single day, this is a great option.
Looking for a smaller size more appropriate for a smaller breed of dog? There is something for those pups too. The smaller portion dog food is the Merrick Lil’ Plates Grain Free Tiny Thanksgiving Day Dinner Small Breed Wet Dog Food.
And of course, we can’t neglect our feline friends. They too have an option to enjoy Thanksgiving dinner, this time in the form of the Merrick Purrfect Bistro Grain Free Thanksgiving Day Dinner Wet Cat Food.
If any of these goodies, from the food to the toys, are something you want you fuzzy friends to enjoy for Thanksgiving, you’ll want to grab them soon, because things are definitely selling out and in limited supply.
What do you think fellow dog (and cat) lovers? Are these the kinds of treats you want for your pup this Thanksgiving? Will you be snagging something from Petco for your dog’s Thanksgiving? We want to know.