Thanksgiving food your pets can and can't eat from dinner menu
Dogs and cats can have boneless turkey as it is a lean protein source.
Give your pets sweet potatoes without added sugars or spices to provide them with fiber and vitamins.
Carrots are crunchy and low-calorie, a healthy snack for pets.
Plain pumpkin aids digestion for pets. However, avoid spiced pie fillings.
Avoid giving turkey and poultry bones to your pets, as they can splinter and cause internal damage.
Avoid giving them certain nuts like walnuts, which can be toxic to pets.
Onions and garlic are toxic to pets and can cause anemia. Avoid it.
Don’t give them sweets, chocolate, artificial sweeteners, and desserts are hazardous.
Before you introduce new foods in your pet’s diet, always consult your vet.
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