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Thanksgiving Foods You Can Share With Your Pup

Thanksgiving Foods You Can Share With Your Pup

It's our favorite time of year! Thanksgiving is a time to gather with loved ones, share memories, and feast on your favorite holiday foods. Like many dog-owners, we always looking for ways to include our furry loved ones in on the festivities. Keep in mind that certain holiday foods should be off-limits to your pup. Anything highly seasoned or with added salt, sugar, butter, and cream are best left to human enjoyment only. Below is a list of other common holiday foods not safe for pets.

Your Pup's New Favorite Fall Treat: Kabocha & Gogoma

Your Pup's New Favorite Fall Treat: Kabocha & Gogoma

Get your pup into the fall spirit with a treat that combines tasty harvest flavors with the impressive nutritional benefits of pumpkin and Korean sweet potato! Harvest Hearts is Gogoma's first limited edition seasonal flavor that celebrates the flavors of fall with ingredients like kabocha, ground turkey, and cranberry. And of course we didn't forget the Korean sweet potato!

A few tricks to keep your pup safe this Halloween

We hope you and your pup(s) enjoy the spookiest night of the year! Halloween is a fun night of trick-or-treating and costume parties, but it can be a stressful holiday for some pups out there. Here are a few tips to keep your best furriend happy and healthy:

Keep the treats out of reach. Chocolate, of course, is toxic to both dogs and cats. So are sugar-free candies that contain xylitol. Make sure to toss candy wrappers immediately in the trash so they don’t wind up a choking hazard.

Beware of spooky decorations. Festive Jack-o’-lanterns...


Help Us Help Shelter Pets

Help Us Help Shelter Pets

Gogoma Bakes is donating 15% of all online sales to spcaLA between Sept. 18 and Oct. 16! Help us help homeless pets by treating your dog to Gogoma Bakes.

Why They Call It "Dog Days" of Summer

Why They Call It "Dog Days" of Summer

Ever wonder why they call it "Dog Days" of summer? It has to do with the stars in the sky and ancient-times meteorology. We're celebrating the Dog Days with a few pop-ups around town in honor of your pup. Come join us!