Foxy and Chester always come with me to my parents house for all the holidays and I swear it's like babysitting with them constantly cause they know who they can beg for food!! Foxy has those cute sad puppy dog eyes that you will just fall for it but today I am putting my foot down and it's for their own good I don't care if they hate me . If you have a fido at home please be careful what you feed them , and Thanksgiving is all about sharing but don't feed them these dangerous foods and besides you want them to be healthy and live longer
Grapes and raisins are poisonous to dogs. (Cats rarely eat them.) They can cause vomiting and diarrhea before shutting down the kidneys.
Garlic, onions, chives, or leeks may spice up stuffing and other side dishes, but they are dangerous for both dogs and cats. These foods damage the membranes of red blood cells, leading to anemia.
Bones and fats
If your dog manages to swallow a bone, there’s a chance it will lodge in the intestines and need to be surgically removed.
Cats show little interest in desserts, but several treats can endanger dogs. Chocolate is the usual suspect, particularly dark or baker’s chocolate. How much damage it does depends on a dog’s weight and how much she’s eaten.