5 Dangerous Thanksgiving Food for Dogs
With Thanksgiving coming up, we all want to thank our dogs for being loyal and loving companions. But, giving them a seat at the Thanksgiving feast is not the best way to express your gratitude!
Foods You Should Not Feed Your Dog on Thanksgiving
Turkey skin is high in fat and usually absorbs garlic, onion, and other spices and flavors which are bad for your dog. Alternative Food: Turkey Meat, remove all fat, skin, and bones.
The cooked bones can splinter and cut a dog throat or stomach. Alternative Food: Potatoes – no added salt or butter.
Cooked Turkey Bones
Do you use onions, garlic, leeks, scallions, sage, or mushrooms in your gravy or stuffing recipes? All of those ingredients are toxic to dogs. Alternative Food: Apples
Gravy and Stuffing
Nutmeg contains a compound called myristicin that is toxic to dogs. High doses of nutmeg can cause hallucinations, increased blood pressure, seizures, and abdominal pain.
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