SAN DIEGO (CNS) - As people begin preparing food for a Thanksgiving feast on Thursday, Nov. 26, the San Diego Humane Society has a few tips to make the celebration safer for people and their pets.
Feed pets their normal food. According to SDHS, it's best to stick to their regular diet of wet and/or dry food and usual treats to keep their digestive tracts happy. Avoid sharing prepared holiday dishes, which might have ingredients that could make your pet sick.
If pet owners really want to share some of the meal with their pets, and they have no known food allergies or history of stomach sensitivity, save a small amount of lean white turkey meat with no skin, bones or fat.
Feed pets in their bowl rather than from the table to prevent future begging.
Pet lovers should avoid offering the fo