Holiday Leftovers for Your Pets

What happens with all the leftovers from the festivities? Some people give their pet a treat, even allowing them to eat their fill. Problem is, some leftovers are very problematic for pets.

Key takeaways:

·         Some human food items could be dangerous for your pet, causing gastrointestinal problems.

·         Food that contains onions, chocolate, xylitol, grapes, macadamia nuts, and raisins may cause dangerous health conditions to pets especially dogs.

·         Leftovers can be given in small quantities to your pet — turkey (without skin), cranberry sauce, green beans, mashed potatoes and macaroni.

If your pet is accustomed to your home cooking, you can be a bit more adventurous. But remember, many of the food items we make during the holidays are different than what we make the rest of the year, so be careful.

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