Thanksgiving is just around the corner and it is possible that dog owners will feel sorry for their dogs who won’t get to eat the delicious food on the table. Dog owners tend to feed these dogs what they have also eaten but that might not be a smart move. Here is a list of things you should not feed your doggo.
– Some dog owners might feed their doggos food from the table during Thanksgiving.
– There are a number of things not to feed dogs.
– Number one on the list is cooked bones because…
PetSmart came up with the list and the number one thing not to feed doggos is cooked bones. They could cause serious digestive issues for doggos and other pets and could even damage your dog’s throat, intestinal tract, or gums because these bones can splinter. Baked goods, mints, candies, gums, and other forms of sweets could contain Xylitol. Such substance is toxic to dogs and in worst case scenarios, they could die from ingesting it.
It might be fun to let your dog drink some alcohol but it won’t be funny when it causes complications. Alcohol may cause ethanol poisoning in dogs and pets. Such poisoning results in tremors, central nervous depression, decreased coordination, or even death.
Read more about the list from Heather Monahan’s useful article here – https://www.nbc4i.com