Thanksgiving is all about the turkey, even for our pets. So, here's the eternal question: Can we feed our pets some turkey? Dr. Alexis Newman, president of the Chicago Veterinary Medical Association says, "A little bit of hand-outs for most pets, one or two little hand-outs, in moderation."
Too much fat, and it takes less than people think, can cause pancreatitis. Of course, turkey bones can be vary dangerous. And also be concerned about any baked goods containing Xylitol, which can be dangerous to pets.