Safe Holiday Leftovers for Your Pet
Did you know that cooked bones (turkey and chicken) and turkey skin are bad for your pet? The bones can splinter and break, getting stuck in their throat. Consuming turkey skin can make your beloved animal’s pancreas work too hard, causing inflammation and even malfunction.
It’s important to think twice before giving your four-legged friend scraps or a special meal this season. We want your pet to get a taste of the holiday feast without sacrificing their health. That’s why we teamed up with Personal Creations to share this critical information regarding safe holiday leftovers for your pet.
The ultimate guide to holiday leftovers for pets includes 11 foods that are safe for your pet to eat and 13 that aren’t. What’s more, leftover recipes and additional pet safety tips are included as well. Have a happy and safe holiday season!
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Guest Writer: Katie Santos, Personal Creations
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