30 Dogs Ready To Celebrate Thanksgiving With You!

Does your dog like to be in the kitchen while you are cooking for Thanksgiving? Mine sure do. Every time I turn around I almost trip over one of them. They also like to help me clean up if a stray carrot falls to the floor.

These dogs are ready to celebrate Thanksgiving with you any way they can, especially if it involves gobbling up some dropped treats.

Check out these 30 Thanksgiving dogs!

1. “Turkey day so close I can almost taste it!”

 

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2. Turkey Testers

 

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3. Turkey Toys

 

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4. Taking A Rest Before The Feast

 

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5. Waiting For You To Drop It

 

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6. Can I Get A Bite?

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7. Is Dinner Ready?

 

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8. Give Us A Turkey Treat!

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9. You Gonna Finish That?

 

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10. How Am I Going To Help If I Have To Get Off The Counter?

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11. Smells So Good!

 

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12. I’ll Take Some White Meat

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13. No One Eats Until They Get A Doggy Kiss

 

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14. Can I Dig In?

A cute dog begging for the Holiday Feast.

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15. Dressed In My Thanksgiving Best

 

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16. Do You Like My Hat?

In this image, my pet Weimaraner is outside in the fall wearing a pilgrim Thanksgiving hat. This image is part of my "Thomas Hats" series which is holiday/season themed.

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17. “Did someone say pie?”

 

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18. Thanksgiving Is For Friends And Family

Dachshunds next to pumpkin decorated as a Thanksgiving turkey with fall leaves on a deck.

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19. “What do you mean the Thanksgiving holiday is almost over?!”

 

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20. Just Sneaking A Taste

The turkey is bigger than the dog. Rule number one...Don't leave the holiday turkey alone on the kitchen counter! "Forget the Kibble and Bits...this turkey is mine"!

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21. “Turdoggo”

 

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22. You Are What You Eat

little chihuahua dressing like a turkey for thanks giving

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23. Can I Eat Already?

 

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24. It’s All For Me

chihuahua and chicken poo on the white background

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25. Food Coma

 

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26. I’m Looking For The Kids’ Table

Thanksgiving meal with dog

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27. YUM!

 

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28. Just A Couple Of Turkeys

 

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29. I Got My Plate!

 

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30. Gobble Gobble, Can I Gobble Your Food?

 

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If your dog is ready to celebrate Thanksgiving, show us a picture in the comments below. We’d love to see how you and your pup celebrate the holiday!

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