You can now get pigs in blankets made especially for your dog

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As a nation, we’re all completely and utterly obsessed with pigs in blankets.

Not just satisfied with scoffing them as they are, we eat them spicy, wrapped with halloumi, stuffed in a giant Yorkshire pudding and even in gravy form. There really is no keeping us away from the porky little snacks…

But if you’re a dog owner then you may well be wondering why your pooch should miss out on all the Christmas nibbles. You’re probably that guy googling, ‘can dogs have pigs in blankets?’, under the table before you sneakily chuck them a couple.

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Wondering if your dog can eat pigs in blankets? (Credit: Alamy)

The good news is, now you don’t have to share, because pigs in blankets for dogs exist. It’s only fair that man’s best friend have their own offering, after all.

The doggy pigs in blankets come from pet brand Good Boy, and are available to buy in Sainsbury’s, ASDA and Ocado, as well as in various pet shops.

Made with your dog’s nutrition in mind, they contain three meats – chicken, duck and pork – and they’re sure to get your pup’s tail wagging.

To make the treat extra tasty, Good Boy roast the nibbles in their own meaty juices.

Prices range anywhere from £2.25 to closer to £5 depending where you buy these from, so we’d suggest shopping around.

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Good Boy pigs in blankets are made especially for your dog (Credit: Alamy)

There’s no doubting your dog will love these tasty little treats this Christmas. Just be careful, they’ll be begging for a bite of the turkey, next!

Dogs have really been in for a treat this year. It was only a few weeks ago that Krispy Kreme announced it was releasing a limited edition range of doughnuts for our furry friends, too.

To mark National Dog Day, the brand created doggy doughnuts in all of its most popular flavours including Original Glazed, Chocolate Cookie, Chocolate Sprinkles, Chocolate Iced, Strawberry Sprinkles, and Chocolate Cheesecake.

Each Doggie Doughnut contained a hard-baked cookie filled with ingredients like Carob, which is a chocolate substitute.

Ah, 2022. Dogs are truly eating as well as us, these day…