Everything you need to know about the Lily’s Kitchen Christmas range

Christmas is going to the dogs! Lily’s Kitchen have realeased a fabulously festive range to treat your pets to this December.

From advent calendars to Christmas dinner – there’s something to get your dog involved in every element of Christmas in 2020.

This years’ theme is pantomime, with iconic red boxes and little drummer pups. Find out what’s included in the range below.

From November 20, the brand will be donating 15% of the net sale price from the range to Dogs Trust to support the charity in a challenging year.

Lily’s Kitchen Three Bird Feast

Whilst we tuck in to our Christmas dinner on December 25, we’re going to be using the Lily’s Kitchen Three Bird Feast on a lickimat to keep the Scamps entertained whilst I nab extra roasties and pull crackers. To save having wet noses nudging legs under the table, spreading the festive food on a mentally stimulating mat is a great way to relax during lunch and prevent begging.

The Three Bird Feast is comprised of 40% turkey, 10% goose and 10% duck. It also comprises of parsnips, carrots, cranberries, broccoli, apples and minerals. It contains a range of herbs and botanicals, like rosehip and milk thistle, which are rich in Vitamin C and antioxidants.

And what’s better on Boxing Day than left over Christmas dinner? This tin will do Phoebe and Frank both festive days for dinner, alongside their regular kibble. We’ve had this tin in previous years too, and The Scamps really do love it – and it’s only £2.75.

Proper Treats Gift Box

This gift box is an incredible stocking filler packed with three different types of luxe meaty treats. The box features Christmas Turkey Bites, Beef Mini Burgers and Duck & Venison Sausages. The Scamps have previously tried the beef burgers, an go barking mad for them – the sausages are also ideal for cutting up to use as training treats. I’m certain they’ll be super excited to try out the new limited edition festive turkey bites too!

The box is pantomime themed – a tradition for many families at Christmas – and all the treats are made with proper meat, and are grain free. The turkey treats are made of 72% turkey, as well as festive staples of cranberry, cinnamon and thyme. Similarly, the duck and venison sausages are 70% duck and 4% venison, and the beef burgers are 80% freshly prepared beef.

Lily’s Kitchen recommend feeding up to two treats per day, ensuring your pet is supervised and has fresh water down.

The box of high value treats retails at £5 and would make a wonderful gift for the canines in your life. Phoebe and Frank are planning on buying all their friends a box!

Christmas Spectacular Treats for Dogs

Christmas crackers are a must-have, so Lily’s Kitchen have brought back their cracker gift so they can have a surprise treat, too. Whilst there’s no punny jokes or paper crowns, the pantomime themed cracker features some baked training treats that are 35% turkey, with oatmeal, cranberries, thyme and cinnamon.

The cracker is £3.95 and makes for a few minutes of festive fun as you pull the cracker with your pet – they’ll be so excited to see what’s inside. That said, Phoebe is a big fan of ripping up cardboard, so she’ll be more interested in that part! The treats are small, bite-sized treats which are ideal for training. Guests can also feel the need to feed pets festive food around Christmas, so keeping these handy for any visitors will make sure your pooch doesn’t have an upset tummy on Boxing Day.

Lily’s Kitchen Advent Calendar for dogs

Since I’ve got my own Lindt chocolate advent calendar to countdown to Christmas, it was only fair the Scamps had something to look forward to each morning.

Phoebe and Frank have had advent calendars in previous years and soon realised that opening the door meant they were getting a treat!

The Lily’s Kitchen hand drawn Advent Calendar for dogs features 25 windows to take you all the way to Christmas day. The panto themed calendar features the Lily’s Kitchen Rise and Shines, Training Treats and Bedtime Biscuits.

Rise & Shines – Flower-shaped treats made with beef liver, fresh carrots, blackstrap molasses and alfalfa to help keep your dog’s coat as shiny as a Christmas bauble.

Cheese & Apple Training Treats – A troupe of mini organic bone-shaped biscuits, made with organic apples and farmhouse cheddar to help keep your dog’s attention on wintry walks in the park.

Bedtime Biscuits – Blissful bedtime treats, made with honey, yoghurt, chamomile and passion flowers, to help soothe your dog on those exciting nights before Christmas Day.

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