What Food You Can and Can’t Share with Your Dog on Thanksgiving

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If “drop it drop it drop it” is your dogs mantra near the dinner table then this is a must read.

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Google the phrase “Dog Stealing Turkey” and the results will yield an abundance of hilarious YouTube videos, pictures and gifs of pups doing their best to be part of their family’s Thanksgiving fun.

Slipping your little buddy a piece of Turkey is harmless. However, throwing them a piece with bones in it… not so much. The reason being they could get lodged into your pup’s throat, stomach or intestines.

As a pet owner we are sure you are very thankful for the the special role your pet plays in your home which is why you want to ensure their safety, especially around the holidays.

Follow this “How to Keep Your Dog Safe This Thanksgiving” infographic created by Dogster for an easy reference on which Turkey Day treats are safe and which ones to avoid.

Lindsay is the the Director of Media Engagement for Coldwell Banker Real Estate and manages the brand’s media and social media department. She is also a licensed real estate professional. In 2017 & 2018, she was named a top 20 social influencer in the real estate industry in the annual Swanepoel 200 power rankings.

Lindsay lives in Livingston, NJ with her college sweetheart and now husband Joe and rwelcomed another Joe into her life as she became a mom in June 2016.

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  9. f.leemorey
    December 8, 2015

    The temptation to “love” your pet more by giving them table scraps is a difficult one to avoid as a pet owner.

    BUT, dogs easily get pancreatitis and other intestinal disorders when this is a daily practice, just ask us how we know.

    We just put our dog down in October and I decided our next pet will not be allowed in the kitchen when we are eating.

    Healthy animal munchies are good to keep around as an occasional treat but adult dogs do not require that much food. Good quality dry food will prevent tooth loss and bad breath. Just my .02 Cents

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