What You Should Or Shouldn’t Feed Your Dogs on Thanksgiving
If your household is anything like mine, your dogs are a part of your family. You might be inclined to even prepare your pup a Thanksgiving meal of their own. Surely your dog would be highly thankful to get a Thanksgiving meal. even if it is just a couple of tiny, healthy pieces of leftovers from your plate.
You should be aware there are things you can and cannot give your dog as it can make them sick. That is the last thing you would ever want to do. First and foremost is chocolate. Soul Dog Rescue out of Fort Lupton has posted a handy little guide on what is safe for your dog to eat.
Let's start with what you shouldn't feed your pup on Thanksgiving, or any day for that matter:
- Turkey skin, drippings, and gravy
- Turkey twine
- Turkey bones
- Fat trimmings and other fatty foods
- Corn on the cob
- Candied yams
- Bread dough
There are some great options for your dog when it comes to Thanksgiving that they can eat:
- Turkey - boneless and well cooked
- Plain pumpkin
- Sweet potatoes
- Green Beans
I'll be sure to serve up a small Thanksgiving dish for our fur baby this Thanksgiving. She'll be more than happy to eat it too.
Source: Soul Dog Rescue Facebook
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