It's hard to resist the smell of turkey dinner on Thanksgiving Day. Chances are your furry family members will be begging for a taste of the delicious food you've prepared for the day. While many dishes are perfectly fine to serve to dogs, there are some that you may want to avoid. Check out this guide to learn which Thanksgiving leftovers are safe for pets.
Your dog may give you sad eyes every time you eat dinner, but that doesn't mean you should send all your table scraps his way. Many foods that are safe for humans to eat are actually toxic to dogs. Ideally, you should get your pet on a healthy diet made just for him, rather than risking his life with your own food. If you are going to feed him human food though, make sure to avoid all of the options below
Popular Halloween items such as pumpkins and decorative corn are considered to be relatively nontoxic, but they can produce stomach upset in pets who nibble on them. Here are 10 foods your dog should never eat.