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Happy “Friday Treats Friday” everyone!  Today on the blog is Dog Nog!  Isn’t this the cutest thing…Dog Nog for our doggies!  Made of goat’s milk (from The Honest Kitchen), pumpkin puree (from Libby’s), 1 egg yolk (from Vital Farms), and cinnamon (Kroger brand).

This is a great recipe to ring in the cheer during Christmas or New Year’s Eve with your pup!  While you sip your Egg Nog, your pup can have his Dog Nog.

Dog Nog |

This is a fun recipe to make, a very quick and easy one, healthy for your pup, and can be frozen for a Dog Nog popsicle, or poured over his kibble as an extra special treat!

This recipe contains a raw egg. If you feed raw dog food, then you may already be familiar with the benefits of raw eggs for dogs, but this recipe can easily be made without the egg if that is your preference.

Dog Nog |

I found this recipe on Homes Alive Pets and made it as directed without substituting any ingredients or changing instructions.  As always, if you have a special treat for your cat or dog that you would like me to make, feel free to comment and let me know.  I will be glad to make it and create a post for you, your friends, and family!  Happy Holidays and Enjoy!

Want more dog treat recipes, check them out below:

Frozen Apple Peanut Butter Brittle

Thanksgiving Day Doggie Brittle

Jake And Maggie waiting for their Dog Nog :-).

They were a little unsure at first but quickly realized this was a delicious treat.  I think freezing this recipe in ice cube trays would be fun for them to enjoy eating as well.

Dog Nog |
Dog Nog |

Dog Nog

A spin on Egg Nog for your pup to enjoy
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Course: Dog Treats
Keyword: Pumpkin puree, goats milk, cinnamon, egg
Servings: 4 dogs
Author: Two Adorable Labs


  • Spoon
  • Blender
  • treat cups or molds


  • 1 egg yolk, beaten
  • 1 cup goat’s milk Honest Kitchen preferred
  • 1/2 cup Pumpkin puree Libby's
  • sprinkle of cinnamon, options I used a Kroger brand and sprinkled some on top of the Dog Nog


  • Blend all ingredients together with a hand blender until frothy. 
  • Pour into a shallow dish and add a sprinkle of cinnamon. Alternatively, you can pour the dog nog over their regular food.
  • Store in the fridge for up to 3 days, or freeze into ice cube trays for up to a month for easy portioning.

I love hearing from all of you and do my best to respond to each and every one of you.  I always enjoy your comments, feedback, and suggestions so keep them coming!  If I’ve posted a recipe (for our human and our furry friends) and you try it, don’t forget to tag me on Instagram @twoadorablelabs and use #twoadorablelabs​.

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  1. Sharon

    5 stars
    Gus says “Cheers”!

    • Bobbi

      Awh haaha! Cheers Gus!! Happy Holiday’s to you and your pawrents :-).

  2. Barbara Bolduc

    I love how Jake and Maggi are standing there waiting for cute! What will they come up with next for our fur babies. I might have to give this a try and see how Milo likes it. I can have a Bailey’s Irish Cream with him. Lol! 🍹

    • Two Adorable Labs

      Awh, yes! Have a drink with Milo and let me know how he liked it 🙂


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