DIY Thanksgiving Doggy Treat Bags + FREE Treat Giveaway! #TreatThePups

by Pet Coupon Savings on November 13, 2014

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Lunchbox but Pet Coupon Savings only shares information that we feel is relevant and beneficial to our readers.

The leaves are changing color and the air is getting cooler, it’s really starting to feel like fall! One of my favorite parts of fall is, Thanksgiving! The delicious food and the family gathering together to express what they are thankful for. Our pets are a part of our family and should get to share in the joy of celebrating Thanksgiving too.

Easy DIY Thanksgiving Doggy Treat Bags

Make your dog these fun and easy DIY Thanksgiving Doggy Treat Bags. Your dog is sure to love this Thanksgiving gift filled with Milo’s Kitchen, Pup-Peroni or Milk-Bone dog snacks! Make several of these Thanksgiving Doggy Treat Bags for your friend’s and family member’s pets, too! Fill your dog’s treat bag for FREE if you WIN one of the 10 FREE product coupons! (Details below.)

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Also, don’t forget to check out all of the fun DIY Thanksgiving crafts here on the Treat The Pups website. I love their “Cornucopia of Treats” idea.

DIY Thanksgiving Doggy Treat Bag:

Supplies needed:

  • Brown paper bag
  • Scissors
  • Tape
  • 1 Plastic Baggie
  • Pen or pencil
  • Ribbon, Raffia and Leaves for decoration
  • Note: I bought all of these items at the dollar store!

DIY Thanksgiving Doggy Treat Bags

DIY Thanksgiving Doggy Treat Bag Instructions:

1. Trace outline of pumpkin or other fall-themed picture (a turkey, apple, leaf etc.)

2. Cut out the shape from the bag.

3. Get the plastic baggie and cut a square that fits the size of your pumpkin (or other shape).

4. Tape the plastic baggie inside the paper bag behind the cut-out shape.

5. Fill your DIY Thanksgiving Doggy Treat Bag with a fun variety of treats like Milk-Bone, Milo’s Kitchen and Pup-Peroni.

6. Tie the top of the bag with ribbon and raffia and attach a couple decorative leaves to make it even prettier. That’s it! :)

**FREE Dog Treats Coupon Giveaway**:

Thanksgiving Dog Treats Giveaway

**Comment below with your favorite Doggy Thanksgiving Gift idea from the Treat the Pups page HERE and introduce us to your pets with their names/breeds/ages. We will select 10 WINNERS at random to receive a coupon for a FREE product from Milo’s Kitchen, Pup-Peroni or Milk-Bone! (Note: All winners will be contacted via email so be sure to check your email to see if you’re a winner!)

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Laura Lanza November 14, 2014 at 5:09 AM

I like the Cornucopia of Treats – my dog Critter is 9 years old and a rescue – think she is springer and beagle for sure. A little love bug.

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Amy Honious November 14, 2014 at 5:14 AM

I like the Thanksgiving Treat Jar. We always put out Christmas gifts for our furry friends, but they deserve extra goodies for Thanksgiving also-thanks for the idea! I have a Boston Terrier named Zelda, age 5, a 2 yr old ‘katten’ named Cindy and a 6 yr old 30 lb kitty named Soupy (as in lays like a bag of soup). Awesome giveaway :)

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Jennifer Rote November 14, 2014 at 6:25 AM

I like the turkey leg treat.

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Samantha D November 14, 2014 at 8:52 AM

Your treat bag was pretty darn cute, but I also like the Turkey leg treat bag lol. My dogs would tear into that in now time! Ted is a collie/chow/shepard mix (Christmas born puppy, he’s 9 years old). Daisy is a pitpull/Staffy mix (Born around st patricks day, she’s 8 years old).

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Katy S November 14, 2014 at 5:15 PM

The Thanksgiving Treat jar is a great gift idea! My Scottish Terrier, Bailey (5yrs) would love to give these as gift to her doggie friends. :)

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KateV November 14, 2014 at 5:44 PM

I’m not very crafty, but I loved the turkey leg treat bag in the video. What a cute idea! Even I could make that, and not many “special” supplies needed. Both my dogs would love it. Both are Shelties. Shiloh is 4 years old and a big sheltie at 20″. Wager is only 9 months old and this will be his first Thanksgiving. He’s a little guy, only 15lbs. They’d love the Milk Bone prizes- but would have to donate some too!

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Leslie Ross November 14, 2014 at 7:35 PM

thanksgiving treat jar, Lady Death Chorkie 3 yrs, Tinkerbell Tequilla Chihuahua 12 years

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Arik Issan November 14, 2014 at 7:51 PM

My pup Princess is not into fancy food ideas. She just gobbles up her dry food. She loves Milo’s Kitchen treats … she stands on hind legs in anticipation. A funny doxie.

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Arik Issan November 14, 2014 at 8:00 PM

I do not see my comment here. My pup Princess doxie likes her food simple with no gimmicks. She loves Milo’s Kitchen treats, especially the beef sausage.

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Pet Coupon Savings November 15, 2014 at 9:18 AM

Hi Arik, I’m sorry that your comments aren’t showing up on the main site. I can however see all of the comments on my end so you’re good to go. Thanks! :)

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Melissa S November 16, 2014 at 6:25 PM

I think my 80 lb Aussie named Bear would love the Cornnucopia of Treats for Thanksgiving.

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Linda Szymoniak November 16, 2014 at 10:30 PM

My pack would really love the Cornucopia of treats. I have five Treeing Walker Coonhounds (and three cats – all rescues). One thing about hounds, they love to eat. I love giving them treats, although I do watch how much I give them. The Cornucopia of treats would be great to put together to take to a local rescue or shelter for the animals there.

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Linda Szymoniak November 16, 2014 at 10:35 PM

I forgot to mention my dogs’ names. Suki is my senior girl – she’ll be 14 in February. Ran just turned five on November 1st and was born deaf (although most people don’t realize it until I tell them – she’s also my smallest hound at 57 pounds). Kenji will be five in February and is my lover boy – he is happiest getting snuggled and petted. Kyoko is 5-6 years old and it’ll be four years in January for her “gotcha day” – she had nearly been starved before I adopted her and is now chubby, although she likes to eat like she’s still starving. Seiji is my biggest hound and is such a sweet boy, although it took him some time to adjust after being used for hunting – he had no idea what a bed was or what to do when I hug and pet him, but now he just loves it!

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Teresa Ward November 17, 2014 at 12:36 PM

My favorite thing to do on thanksgiving is to make a mini bacon turkey bake it up for britney she loves it

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Lesley F November 23, 2014 at 7:08 PM

My pups would love the Milo’s Kitchen® Chicken Grillers With Natural Smoke Flavor as a Thanksgiving treat. My pups names are Sasha & Strider. They are 9 & 8 years old. Strider is a shepherd/chow mix and Sasha is a an Australian Cattle dog mix and they are both rescue dogs that we love very much!

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Rachel November 26, 2014 at 1:25 PM

My Favorite:Homemade Dog Paw Print Ornaments
Name:Ollie
Breed: Beagle/Labrador
Age: 10 Months Old

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sandy weinstein November 28, 2014 at 12:13 AM

i like the bags ideas, good for dog parties, very cute for take home treats at dog parties or gifting treats for the holidays to people that have dogs. the treat jar is a nice gift to give to dog owners as well.

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John December 2, 2014 at 2:22 PM

What a cool idea! I’m looking forward to doing this a Christmas time for my dog and cat!

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Arriba Truss April 18, 2015 at 5:01 PM

Hi I have 3 Yorkie Terriers full blooded and CKC Registered. Cruzer he will be 5 years old in July; Tinkerbell she just turned 2 years old this month; and Jay he just turned 1 years old last month. They are all spoiled and are mommy’s little babies. They all love for me to give them treats. And when they have been on their best behavior they go over to treat desk and sit down and wait for me to give them a treat. And if they want a treat, they will tap you on your leg with their 2 front paws and go over to the treat desk and sit and look at the treat bag and wait for you to give them one. I just love these guys to death, they are my life.

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Michele October 8, 2015 at 5:39 AM

I love this Thanksgiving doggy treat bag! It’s so cute!! I have 2 dogs. I have a Min Pin names Sydney Vicious. She is 7. I also have a yellow Lab named Noodle Bug. He is 5. My dogs are super spoiled and I think I will make them these little treat bags for their Thanksgiving treats!! Thanks!!!

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Pet Coupon Savings October 8, 2015 at 8:41 PM

Thank you Michele! I hope Sydney Vicious and Noodle Bug love these treat bags, too! :) Thanks for stopping by.

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Glenna October 4, 2016 at 1:45 PM

The Thanksgiving doggy treat bag is my favorite. Thank you for the great idea.

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