Keep your dog safe this Thanksgiving

10 Thanksgiving foods dangerous to feed your dog

Cooked bones: Turkey and ham bones can splinter your dog’s digestive tract or cut their throat. Not something you want to deal with over the holidays.

Turkey skin: Though it’s yummy, turkey skin can be extremely dangerous to your dog’s health. The skin is difficult
to digest and can make your dog sick. Only give your dog white meat from the turkey.

Onions and garlic: These contain sulfides which are toxic to dogs and can lead to anemia (avoid giving dogs casseroles which contain these items, as well)

Mushrooms: Mushrooms can have negative affect on many of the dog’s systems and even be fatal.

Nutmeg: Nutmeg can cause seizures and problems in your dog’s central nervous system if ingested.

Alcohol: Dogs get drunk like humans do. Particularly dangerous are hops in beer which are toxic for dogs and can even lead to death.

Nuts: Specifically walnuts and macadamia nuts are dangerous and toxic for dogs. Within hours of eating them, symptoms include vomiting, tremors, fever, weakness in your dog.

Dough: Dough can rise in your dog’s stomach and cause bloating. Also, it contains raw eggs which could cause Salmonella.

Sage: Essential oils in sage can upset your dog’s stomach.

Cranberry sauce: If the cranberry sauce contains grapes, raisins or currants do NOT give it to the dog. Grapes contain a toxin that can damage dog’s kidneys.

 

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