13 Foods You CAN Feed Your Dog At Thanksgiving
You don't have to leave out Fido this Thanksgiving. Take a look at what he can eat.
Balancing Rosie's diet can be a tricky thing, and we all know feeding her human food should be minimal, but every-doggy loves the occasional Thanksgiving treat!
Here are pooch-approved foods that Buster will love!
- Turkey - no skin or bones
- Sweet potatoes
- Plain mashed potatoes
- Raw carrots and green beans
- Fresh, pure pumpkin - not from pie
- Bread or rolls -not raw dough
- Raw apples
- Raw cranberries
Follow these rules to keep your pooch from experiencing tummy troubles.
Tell your visiting guests — especially the kids — not to feed your pets from their plates.
Feed pets only reasonable amounts of any safe people-food treats.
Be sure you know what ingredients are in the foods you’re letting your pets eat.
Most dog people know what we can't feed our dogs, but if you're not sure what to stay away from, no worries, here are the top culprits of getting Fluffy sick:
- Onions in any form
- Raw dough
- Grapes and Raisins
- Mouse and Rat Poisons
- Xylitol (sweetener)
- Ibuprofen, Acetaminophen, Vitamins, Antidepressant and Decongestant Medications as well as caffeine pills.
If you suspect that your pet has ingested something harmful, call the 24/7 Pet Poison Helpline at (855) 764-7661.