Keeping your dogs safe during Thanksgiving.


Here are some tips on keeping your dogs safe during Thanksgiving.

- First remember that your dog might get stressed when your guests come over. So try to put them in another room or in their crate. You can also give them a bone or a Kong to chew on to keep them occupied.

- Make sure your dog is ok and gets along with people. And that people like being around your dog.

- You might also want to put your dog in its crate, another room or on a leash when guests first arrive. So that it doesn’t run out the door and escape. Make sure you have a good recall with your dog.

- Lastly but most importantly, dogs can not eat turkey skin, cooked bones, onions or garlic, nuts, nutmeg, sage, chocolate, dough, batter and al



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