10 Popular Holiday Foods Your Sweet Montana Pets Can’t Have
With Thanksgiving just a week away, there is a good chance you will have your pet alongside you as you are cooking some of your world famous dishes. Ok, maybe not world famous, but most of us have that one dish that friends and family wait for each year in hopes of you making it.
I am guilty for giving my dog bits and pieces while I am cooking, it’s just habit. That cute furry face looking up at me is so hard to resist. But, I also know there are certain things my sweet pup can’t have.
Some of the things on this list I already knew, but some I wasn’t necessarily aware of.
BeChewy came out with a list of 10 things you should absolutely NOT give to your pets. This list is good for friends and family to see as well so they are educated on what can really make your pet sick.
Each thing on this list has side effects that you will want to watch for and it’s always good to have your vets number available, especially if you are out of the house and have family or friends visiting, or maybe out of town and have a pet sitter.
A lot of these things are extras added to our Thanksgiving favorites.
Keep this list handy for family visiting.
You can also watch this video below to help keep your furry friends safe.
Have a safe holiday season my friends.
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