Thanksgiving is by far our favorite holiday. Families coming together, the football...okay, who are we kidding, the food!! At SitStay, we, and our amazing customers, treat our dogs like part of the family because they are. So we want to make sure our dogs have a delicious, and more importantly, a safe Thanksgiving.
Every year all over America, hopeful dogs are hoping to get some of those yummy Thanksgiving table scraps or handouts. From turkey to cranberries and everything in between it's important to know what you can and cannot give your dog.
We've put together a list of the most popular items that make up the good, and the bad parts of thanksgiving,to help keep the vet out of your post thanksgiving events.
A good rule of thumb is to not give the dog anything from the table. It's important to be careful because anything out of their ordinary diet can trigger dangerous gastrointestinal infections (GI) or pancreatitis. But if you do, plan to stick to the good items listed below and avoid the bad ones!
The Good Dog Thanksgiving