It can be tempting to feed your dog a little bit off of your Thanksgiving plate, especially if you have a pet that’s prone to begging for food at the table. If you’re going to give your dog a Thanksgiving treat, make sure you’re not feeding them anything that will send them to the hospital. These popular Thanksgiving foods are a no-no for your pets.
Turkey skin and bones
Dogs love gnawing on bones, but if they swallow one it might cause problems. Poultry bones can splinter off in the esophagus or intestines and require surgery to remove. The fattier turkey skin can cause gastrointestinal distress and even life threatening inflammation in the pancreas.