Animals have the cutest faces in the world, so it’s no wonder that we all like to sneak them food off our plates every once in a while. But with some Thanksgiving dishes that could be a very dangerous impulse.
According to the New York Post, the day after Thanksgiving is extra busy for vets and emergency hospitals. As Erin Sawyer, chief medical officer and co-founder of the dog training app GoodPup, states, “Black Friday is known in both veterinary clinics and emergency hospitals as a notoriously busy day for all sorts of gastrointestinal issues in dogs.”
She adds that it’s best not to allow guests to feed your pets. And it’s best to keep animals away from the food altogether.
For those of you who will probably cave and sneak your furry friends scraps anyway, here are some guidelines, according to Embrace Pet Insurance’s website: