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Hi guys! Thanksgiving is right around the corner. Wowsers. Where did time go? Three years ago I was horribly sick and mum flew out to London on Thanksgiving Day to bring me home. Where does time go?
Because of the holidays, I know we furry pet parents are concerned what is allowed for our babies o eat… so I did some research and here are four tips I found:
While we humans can never get enough of potato chips, pretzels and popcorn, these salty treats can lead to “excessive thirst and urination, or even sodium ion poisoning” in our favorite dogs and cats, according to the ASPCA.
A small amount of loose corn is fine but avoid corn on the cob. [AKC]
Dr. Collins.If the potatoes are plain and bland, with minimal fat and salt, mashed potatoes can be slipped under the table. But if you go all out like most people and add butter and heavy cream galore, it makes the potatoes less ideal for your pet — and your waistline. “Fatty foods can cause GI upset and pancreatitis, which can be life-threatening,” warns
If you are not sure about something, always best to look online or ask the vet! Have a great Thanksgiving and be safe.