The menu is pretty much predictable, turkey, dressing, sweet potatoes, green beans etc. There are "no bones about it" though that the menu presents some dangers to our pets. Once again the food of the holidays will present perilous situations, and we really have to be on guard!
Turkey bones are a major no-no, they can puncture, scrape or cause blockages to their stomachs/intestinal tracts. The skin from the bird is very high in fat and eating that can lead to pancreatitis in dogs. Here is a list of 10 things to avoid giving your dog and or cat during this feast of thanks.
So what can we give our canine pals to enjoy while we are all noshing away on Thanksgiving dinners?! I came upon this recipe from Rachel Ray who regularly whips up cuisine for dogs. It's called "Who are you calling turkey?!" Patty. It can be made from your leftovers and sounds like a winner to me.
As usual keep an eye out for Uncle Fred who is constantly giving hand outs when your back is turned!
To follow are Ozzie's obligatory pictures with the turkey hat! Sorry about this Oz, but your so darn cute in it!
"This totally takes away my dignity! Besides, I hate turkeys! They are big fat stupid birds!"
Happy Thanksgiving to all!