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3 Foods You Shouldn’t Share with Your Pet this Thanksgiving: Advice from a Vet in Raeford


Saying “no” when your dog or cat is looking up at you with those big, sad eyes is never easy. It’s even more difficult when they are begging you for a bite of something absolutely delicious that you are sure they would love just as much as you do. Throw in the desire to do something nice in recognition of a holiday, and it can feel like not sharing your meal with your pet is almost impossible. Unfortunately, giving in and sneaking your pet table scraps or fixing them their own plate could lead to a visit from a vet in Raeford. Many of the foods we love - especially during the holiday season - contain ingredients that are toxic to our furry friends. With Thanksgiving just around the corner, here are three foods you should not share with your pet.




Garlic is one of those ingredients that just about everyone loves. During the holiday season, it makes its way into mashed potatoes, herb rubs for turkey, and plenty of other dishes. While it tastes great to us, though, it’s toxic to pets. Onions, leeks, chives, and other members of the onion family are too. 


While they aren’t toxic, bones aren’t safe treats for pets, either. They can become lodged in your pet’s airway or digestive tract, causing choking or internal damage. Bones - especially ones that have been cooked - can splinter, too, and cause serious injuries. Chewing on hard bones can also cause tooth damage. Keep your dog safe by throwing bones in the trash where they belong. 


You may not be familiar with the word “xylitol,” but you have likely ingested it. A type of artificial sweetener, it is commonly found in chewing gum and baked goods. It is a popular option for humans who are looking to reduce their sugar intake, but it can cause low blood sugar and/or liver damage in pets. 

When You Should See a Vet in Raeford

If your pet eats something they shouldn’t this holiday season, consider scheduling a visit with a vet in Raeford. Serious damage could be occurring even if your pet is not showing outward symptoms, so it’s always best to err on the side of caution and seek veterinary care right away. If you are looking for a vet in Raeford, Total Quality Movile Veterinary Care is here to deliver high-quality vet services directly to your doorstep. Call now to schedule an appointment. 


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