Safe Thanksgiving

1. Stay away from giving your pets any turkey bones! They can get lodged or stuck and obstruct the gastrointestinal track, which could require surgery. The safest bet is to get made-for-pet bones if you want your furry friend to have something to chew on. 2. Fatty foods, like gravy, bacon, butter and meat scraps can cause your pet to have pancreatitis. Warning signs of pancreatitis are loss of appetite, abdominal pain, vomiting and diarrhea. 3. Along with fatty foods, nuts can also cause pancreatitis in pets. The macadamia nut in particular is very dangerous, causing the complications of pancreatitis as well as your pet presenting a drunken-like state, with wobbly movement and confusion.

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