No, the dog didn’t hack this page. As your home is infused with lovely aromas of roast turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pies, it’s truly okay to indulge your dog with a bit of table food. A small portion of roast turkey without skin is low in calories, fat, and cholesterol. The scent woos a dog like nothing else.
As long as it doesn’t make up more than 10% of your dog’s total diet, feeding your dog a small amount of table foods can be an occasional reward – and not just at Thanksgiving.
Here are some ideas for healthy table foods for your dog:
•Lean Chicken (no bones!)
•Air popped Popcorn
•Plain rice cake
•Canned tuna in water
•Lean turkey breast
Experiment a little. Some dogs adore green peppers, and some may not touch them.
Note, however, that the following foods are dangerous for your dog:
•Onions and garlic
•Raw bread dough
A healthy diet contributes to your furry baby’s long, happy life. If you have any questions about your pet’s diet, give us a call! We’ll make sure that your pet is only gobbling up things that make for a happy, long, thankful life!