Happy Thanksgiving to our clients, their furbabies and our friends! I hope everyone has a happy and calm holiday! Thanksgiving is when we gather with family and friends to share a delicious meal. As your local North Wales pet sitter, I am often asked what foods my clients should or should not give their pets.
Often our pets hope to “share” in our meal! Feeding some “people food” on occasion is alright, but here is a list of Thanksgiving dangers from the ASPCA:
- candy with xylitol
- bread dough
- batter with raw eggs
- onions and garlic
- macadamia nuts
- raisins and grapes
- rich or spicy foods
ASPCA experts say a little bite of plain turkey is usually safe for pets. But only boneless, well-cooked turkey is OK. Do Not Give your pet undercooked or bone-in turkey, fat or gristle, or cooked bones. Cooked bones can cause them to choke because bones can get lodged in your furry friend’s throat!
Save yourself a scary trip to the Vet by being careful on what you feed your baby!