Foods Your Dog Should Avoid
Foods dogs should avoid is not only at holiday time, but all year long. Since the holidays are upon us, it’s a good time to take a refresher course in foods your dog should avoid.
For most families, Thanksgiving means a mixture of food, fun, and football. But with all the feasting, dog owners need to be on the lookout for their clever friend sneaking a snack when everyone is passed out for the customary afternoon nap.
Although, giving your dog a slice of turkey or ham isn’t an problem, the following ILoveDogs.com list of traditional Thanksgiving fare can be harmful for the furry member of your family and should be avoided:
- Raw or undercooked turkey
- Turkey Skin
- Dough or Cake batter
- Macadamia nuts
- Onions and Garlic
The best way to make sure your dog stays healthy this Thanksgiving is to make sure you keep them well fed with appropriate food. Besides, if you give them a few suitable treats, we bet they’ll be more than willing to help you with that afternoon nap you have planned.
For more information about taking care of your dog this Thanksgiving, read more from our veterinarian blog.