Just like that Thanksgiving is round the corner. This year it falls on November 24. While it may not be as big an occasion in our part of the world (the Middle East) as it is in the US, families still celebrate Thanksgiving here. To make the occasion joyous and safe in this article we will share 5 foods that you can give your dogs on Thanksgiving.
Starting with the customary turkey
Turkey meat without any seasoning is good for dogs. So, feel free to give some boiled turkey meat to your pooches but be careful of keeping the bones, skin and gravy away.
Over to sweet potatoes
Sweet potatoes without any added ingredients are good treats too to make the puppers feel part of the dining extravaganza. A serving of boiled sweet potato without any salt, pepper, butter, garlic and cream can be given to the good fellas.
Here’s a list of what NOT to give your dogs on Thanksgiving
Let them chew some carrots
You can let your pooches chew some carrots but remember to cut them into bite-sized chunks. It improves dental health and recently our trusted veterinarian told us that it’s also beneficial for eyesight. Watch this video to know more.
Pumpkin is good
Due to its digestive properties’ pumpkin is good for dogs and can be served to them in moderation. But remember to serve without any seasoning.
You can given them green beans too
Green beans without any added ingredients such as butter or seasoning is also a healthy option for dogs to have on Thanksgiving or otherwise.
Note: Always check with your trusted veterinarian before adding anything new to your dog’s diet. This article is for information purposes only and should not be treated as medical opinion.