8 Thanksgiving Foods That Are Bad For Your Dog

8 Thanksgiving Foods That Are Bad For Your Dog [Infographic]


Thanksgiving is a time for family, friends, food... and more food

And if you're like most people, the thought that there are Thanksgiving foods dogs cant eat slips your mind when the mashed potatoes, turkey, and gravy start making their rounds at the table...

On Thanksgiving, it's important to take precautions to keep your dog safe and happy with your family, instead of rushing him to the vet because they consumed a Thanksgiving food they weren't supposed to eat!

Can dogs eat turkey?


Turkey is one of the most commonly fed "treats" to dogs on Thanksgiving, but is it safe for them?

Can dogs eat turkey? What about the bones?

Check out the infographic below...

Share with fellow dog owners to help prevent Thanksgiving accidents!

thanksgiving foods dog cant eat

Infographic courtesy of Dogington Post

8 Thanksgiving Foods
That Are Bad For Your Dog

  • Turkey skin
  • Cooked bones
  • Onions and garlic
  • Alcohol
  • Nuts
  • Nutmeg
  • Sage
  • Chocolate, dough, and batter

Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Hayes Haus!

About the Author Brandon Hayes

Founder of Hayes Haus Kennels, Brandon Hayes grew up in Massachusetts and is no stranger to the dog world. He's been working as a dog trainer for 15+ years and breeding German Shepherd Dogs since 2009. In his free time, he enjoys coaching wresting at Triton High School.

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