As Thanksgiving approaches, it's important to keep your dog and cat safe from accidentally getting into toxic human foods. Make sure to crate or lock your pet out of the kitchen while you prepare Thanksgiving dinner and stock up on non-toxic treats to keep them preoccupied this holiday.
When it comes to Thanksgiving, dogs and cats may be convinced that if something is going on around them, they’ll want to get in on it. In this case, “it” is human food. To prevent accidents, make sure you crate or lock your dog away from the kitchen while you’re preparing Thanksgiving dinner.
Thanksgiving is a holiday to be enjoyed by all, but if you have pets in your home it can also be a dangerous one. As the temperature drops and people prepare for their big feasts on Thanksgiving Day, there are some safety precautions that pet owners should take to ensure that their furry loved ones stay safe this holiday season.
Of course, not all Thanksgiving foods are dangerous and it is a holiday for your pets too! After all, we are super grateful for their company and companionship, right?
Here are 6 safe treats that you can give to your dog or cat this Thanksgiving to share in the celebration:
- Boneless Turkey Breast
- Stuffing (if it contains no garlic or onions)
It’s no secret that pets often eat a bit of human food as we cook. But we all know this can lead to trouble, especially around holidays like Thanksgiving. That’s why it’s especially important that you keep your dog or cat out of the kitchen as much as possible when preparing your feast – and make sure they have plenty of fresh water to drink. Additionally, consider giving them some one-of-a-kind Thanksgiving treats made just for them! Maybe pick up a Turkey treat from the pet store or something with pumpkin to keep their belly in good shape.