What You Can and Can't Share With Your Dog on Thanksgiving

KEEP YOUR DOG SAFE THIS THANKKSGIVING AVOID - SAGE and other herbs and essential oils can cause stomach upset and other complications. ONIONS can lead to a threatening form of anemia which can go undetected until it's too late. COOKED BONES are brittle and fragments can lodge themselves in a dog's intestines. SKIN fat content and added oils and seasonings make it a bad choice for your pup. GRAVY fatty foods and trimmings are known to cause pancreatitis in dogs. SHARE CRANBERRIES In small amounts, less sugary cranberry concoctions serve up vitamin C and antioxidants. TURKEY however, only in treat-sized portions. Also, make sure the turkey contains no bones, and white meat is better. PUMPKIN plain cooked or canned pumpkin is a sweet treat, but don't feed your dogs pumpkin pie filling! PLAIN MASHED POTATOES unless your recipe is full of butter and seasons, plain mashed taters are a treat. YAMS Plain yams are rich and full of fiber. which is good for dogs. A message from your friends at d*gster

What You Can and Can't Share With Your Dog on Thanksgiving

shared by Netta on Nov 28
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