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Thanksgiving Foods That Are Good and Bad For Dogs

What Foods are Safe for Dogs!

Thanksgiving is a holiday of family and food, so don’t leave your fur family out of the festivities. While allowing your dogs to partake in the holiday feast may seem simple, there are a few things to bear in mind to ensure their happiness and wellbeing. There will be less need for emergency room visits, better canine digestive health, and an all-around happy doggie if you can manage to ignore the lovely puppy-dog eyes peeking out from under the table during Thanksgiving dinner and pleading for human food.

Remember that dogs depend on humans for their health and wellbeing when you question, “What Thanksgiving meal can dogs eat?”. While it’s true that you’re allowed to indulge on Thanksgiving, your dog cannot. This is due to the fact that dogs and other pets may actually be in grave risk from the typical Thanksgiving menu. In actuality, dogs shouldn’t eat table scraps at any time of the year. Try some healthier Thanksgiving dog-friendly food alternatives rather than caving in to their cute nudges and whimpers.

Below is a list of Dog friendly food you can feed your dog during Thanksgiving!

  • White meat Turkey Breast
  • Washed Vegetables
  • Washed Baby Carrots
  • Washed Green Beans
  • Sweet Potatoes (cooked)
  • Apples, no core
  • Pumpkin (plain)
  • Banana
  • Oranges
  • Strawberries and Blueberries
  • Melon
  • Plain Potatoes
  • Plain Cranberries

What Foods are Toxic to Dogs!

Thanksgiving will soon be here, which means there will be plenty of delectable food. Many popular human recipes, though, are unhealthy for pets to eat. It’s crucial to keep in mind which meals are unhealthy for dogs. Particularly at holiday feasts when dogs beg for table scraps and guests can be duped by their adorable features.

Here is a list of Thanksgiving meals that may be worse for your dog than they are for you. For your pets to remain healthy during Thanksgiving, make sure to keep them away from them. Also, remember to let your family and dinner guests know about these possibly harmful or toxic pet foods so they won’t feed them to your four-legged family members.

  • Turkey Skin
  • Meat with Bones
  • Meat/Vegetables cooked in oil
  • Fatty Meat
  • High Fat Foods
  • Chocolate
  • Sugar Substitutes
  • Raisins/Grapes
  • Garlic Onions
  • Macadamia Nuts
  • Scallions or Chives
  • Alcohol

If your pets ingest any of these foods this Thanksgiving, be sure to call your veterinarian immediately. The most important part of holiday pet safety is early action, which may prevent more costly and serious complications from developing. Have a happy and safe Thanksgiving!


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