Thanksgiving foods your pet can — and can’t — eat

Twinkie, a 5 year old Corgi, is ready to celebrate Thanksgiving safely.

Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and as you’re cooking up the turkey, stuffing and all the fixings, you may wonder, can I give a taste of any of this to my pet?

A bite or two of turkey is safe, but avoid the skin and spices. The high fat content in turkey skin can cause pancreatitis, and spices can wreak havoc on canine and feline stomachs.

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