If you don't want your dog to miss out on the festive fun this year, stock up on these Christmas dog treats
Dogs are a big part of the family. Just as you deserve to indulge in festive treats this Christmas, so too do they. After all, who's been a good boy and who's the best girl?
In an effort to incorporate our four-legged family members into the Christmas celebrations, Tesco has launched a complete range of quirky seasonal treats for dogs. They come in a variety of festive flavours and feature everything from handmade macarons to mince pies.
Most importantly, these Christmas dog treats are made from all-natural ingredients, which means no upset tummies.
Mince Pies for Dogs (€2.99)
An ideal present to sit under the Christmas tree or served as a Christmas day treat for your favourite pooch, these pimped up mince pies are made from a recipe containing all-natural ingredients, with a yoghurt and carob coating.
Macarons For Dogs (€3)
Man’s best friend deserves only the best; enter these all-new macarons for dogs. They are complete with a yoghurt-flavour filling and carefully sandwiched together by hand.
Handmade Christmas Pudding Biscuits for Dogs (€2.99)
While the rest of the family tuck into a festive feast, don’t forget the pup by your side. Treat them with dog-friendly Christmas Pudding biscuits, made from all-natural ingredients and hand-decorated with a yoghurt and carob coating.
Dog Biscuit Tin with Turkey & Cranberry (€3.89)
Tesco’s Turkey and Cranberry flavoured dog biscuits are made with tasty wheatmeal and oven-baked for added crunch. Made with no artificial colours or flavours, these crunchy biscuits help to keep your dogs’ teeth clean. What's more, they are enriched with vitamins and minerals.
Dog Biscuit Christmas Stars (€2.99)
These festive star biscuits are the perfect stocking filler for your pooch. Created with a grain-free recipe, they boast delicious carob and peanut butter flavour that's sure to have tails wagging.
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