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Thanksgiving is a wonderful time of the year. It’s full of fun, family, and lots of great food! It’s a holiday that often leads to overindulgence and overeating, and dogs are just as guilty as people. What Thanksgiving foods are safe for your dog? Here is a list of common foods that will be around the house that you should be aware of in regards to your dog’s health. Before you fix a feast for your #JollyPet, review the following:
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It’s a good practice to be diligent about taking out the trash, especially after carving the turkey. The bones of the carcass are a choking hazard, and if ingested, they can break into pieces that could rupture parts of the digestive tract. At the very least, if your dog gets into the trash, it will be a huge mess!

To prevent your dog from hovering around the table begging for food, consider prepare a healthy Thanksgiving snack inside one of our great toys designed for treat-driven pups, like the Jolly Tuff Range. There are others to choose from, so take a look at the rest of our products to find the perfect toy for your pooch!