Whipping up a treat for your pooch this fall has never been easier. Pumpkin spice lattes for dogs are officially a thing and you can create them in just a few simple steps.
Of course, before you prepare any treat for your canine chum, it's important to consider exactly what human foods your dog can have, as well as considering dietary restrictions. We all want our closest friend to share in our favorite treat but some that we consider as being 'healthy' or wonderfully moreish for us are actually loaded with hidden sugars or require special preparation in order to feed to our pets.
You can find more information on feeding your dog pumpkin in our in-depth guide, or if you're feeling particularly seasonal, why not hop over to our homemade pumpkin treats article where you'll find even more delicious recipes?
If you've never treated your dog to pumpkin before, it's a good idea to consult your veterinarian as they'll be able to rule out any underlying conditions and recommend whether any other dietary changes need to be made to your dog's diet.
As a general rule of thumb, look to introduce gradually and in moderation, after all you'll want to keep your dog feeling great inside and out!
Pumpkin spice latte for dogs recipe
- 1/4 cup pumpkin purée
- 1/2 cup oat milk
- Whipped cream
- Sprinkle of cinnamon
- Your dog's favorite chews or kibble
- Pour the oat milk and pumpkin purée into a large plastic container
- Mix the two ingredients together using a spoon
- Add a small layer of whipped cream to the top
- Sprinkle a small amount of cinnamon on top
- Add your dog's favorite chews or kibble and serve!
Recipe via @threepupperteers/ TikTok (opens in new tab)
Ashleigh is Digital Editor on PetsRadar. With over 8 years of experience in print and digital media, she has acted as an editorial lead on a variety of projects, with animal themes a keen interest. As an avid animal lover, you can often find Ashleigh checking out the newest trends in animal care or looking at cute cat videos on TikTok.
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