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PSA: What NOT To Feed Your Dog for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is right around the corner and I can’t wait. I’m getting out of the office for a few days and will be hitting the slopes for my first snowboard trip of the season.

If you follow me on Instagram or if you are a friend on Facebook, you know that I am a big fan of dogs. I have two yellow labrador (un)retrievers, Cayman and Casey.

back of truck

Catch ya later, dad! Colorado and snow here we come!

Cayman and Casey are great. They are always good for finding those crumbs that fall off your plate. And they always can hear when you are quietly trying to open that bag of chips. And they never leave your side when you have anything edible in your hands.

With Thanksgiving around the corner, you may be tempted to hand off some food to the nearby hound dog. The folks over at The Dogington Post (yes, really) have put together an infographic of Thanksgiving Foods That Can Kill Your Dog:

What Not To Feed Your Dog for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving Day Foods That Can Kill Your Dog

So, friends, have a Happy Thanksgiving and don’t feed dogs turkey skin, cooked bones, onions & garlic, alcohol, most nuts, nutmeg, sage, chocolate, dough, and/or batter.

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