ORundoubtedly Thanksgiving Day it is one of the most important dates of the year to share with family and friends, but it is also necessary to think about taking care of pets and part food what is cooked on this holiday may pose some danger to animals.
That’s why Society for the Protection of Animals (AHS) reminds pet owners of holiday food items that dogs and cats can eat and should avoid.
The turkey is okay, but …
If you want to give Turkey There is no problem for your pet, but meat or spices should be preferred, as the former are high in fat, which can cause pancreatitis, and some spices can be harmful to the stomachs of dogs and cats.
Another kind of Turkey
Another option so that you don’t give your pet the same bird that people in the family will eat this holiday season is to buy turkey treat…
No boiled bones
O boiled bones, keep them away from pets as they can choke and can also cause a blockage in your pet’s digestive tract.
The filling regularly includes onion, garlic, garlic and / or green onions, ingredients that are toxic to pets, so keep your pet away from them.
As with the filling if mashed potatoes include garlic, onions, green onions, or green onions and should not be given to dogs or cats as these foods are toxic to these animals.
Forget about your legs
Skip feeding pumpkin pie, apple pie, or pecan pie and look for non-sweet dog options.