Things Your Dog Should, And Shouldn’t Have For Thanksgiving Dinner
Your Dog is a member of the family. He or she will react just like everyone else when all those awesome smells start drifting through the house. It's really tempting to share, but not always a good idea.There are holiday foods that can cause your pet serious, even life threatening health issues. Peoplepets.com has published a list of "Do's and Don'ts." The top of the "Don't" list is chocolate. It can literally cause seizures, even heart attacks.Cranberry sauce is good because it contains anti oxidants, but not too much. The sugar can be a problem. Sharing the bird with your pooch is iffy. Lean parts, like the breast, are ok. The skin is too fatty, and NO bones!! Unseasoned pumpkin helps your dog's digestion. For peoplepets.com's complete list of Thanksgiving doggie Do's and Don'ts, click here.