Your dog will thank you: what not to feed your furry friend on Thanksgiving.
1) Rich fatty foods, especially when consumed over a short period of time, can cause pancreatitis -
2) Turkey bones
are hollow and can splinter into shards capable of piercing a dogs esophagus, stomach and intestinal tract
Especially dark, contains theobromine, an alkaloid that together with caffeine stimulates the heart in a potentially fatal manner
- the smaller the dog the lower the lethal dosage
4) A number of foods that you might not suspect are bad or potentially fatal to dogs -
Remember, your dog doesn't know it is Thanksgiving (it's like they're from Canada) but if you must, a little white meat, skinless turkey can assuage your guilt.