10 Thanksgiving Foods Your Dog Can and Can’t Eat

We look forward to Thanksgiving as the biggest and best meal of the year. Guests and family members bring over their tastiest holiday specialties to share with everyone. Our tables, overloaded with indulgent dishes, make the house smell fantastic.

One thing you can always count on is the constant presence of excited, hungry companion animals. Those big, eager puppy or kitty eyes will bore into your very soul, begging you to toss a nibble of something their way. You badly want to do it, but should you? For many reasons, probably not.

Every year, food-related pet illnesses spike during the long Thanksgiving weekend, according to pet insurers. That’s because holiday meals can present a minefield of problems for your animal friends. There’s a lot of things they need to avoid, and some of them aren’t obvious. Here’s what you need to know to keep your fur babies safe this holiday season.

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Source: Care2
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