NO table scraps. Even if you have done so in the past without a problem, it only takes one time to cause a stomach ache, diarrhea, vomiting and even death. Let your guests know not to give in to the cute looks or you can keep your pets in another room until your company leaves.
NO bones. Bones that have been cooked will splinter, getting stuck in the throat, stomach & intestines. Be sure to put all bones in a bag, tie the top and throw away in a garbage can with a tight fitting lid, preferably outside.
TOXIC foods to pets include: onions, grapes, raisins, chocolate
HARMFUL to pets include: Coffee, Alcohol, Corn, old & moldy leftovers
Always have your vets emergency info on hand. If you think your pet has ingested one of these items, call ASPCA Poison Control Center at (888) 426-4435
Consider giving your pet some of these safe & tasty items instead:
Life's Abundance Canned Foods - great as a topper for a special treat. Specially formulated for your pets health!
Dental Treats - Promotes healthy teeth & gums
Antioxidant Bars - keeps the body in top condition
Wholesome Hearts - lowfat treat that smells like Thanksgiving!
Making sure to follow these tips will ensure that your Thanksgiving will be filled with thankfulness instead of worry.
Wishing you and your pets a Thankful & Joyful day!