Let's admit it, we all over indulge a bit during the holidays, especially at Thanksgiving. Heck, it's probably the most important meal of the entire year! Your home will be filled with so many wonderful aromas as you prepare the feast of all feasts.
But through out the day, as we taste, sample and snack on a variety of foods, we need to resist the temptation to pass tasty morsels down to our dogs.
Just because we're eating throughout the day doesn't mean our Schnauzers should. Over-feeding your dog or slipping him bits and
pieces of rich, fatty holiday foods or
leftover table scraps could cause him some major gastrointestinal
problems or worse yet... your Schnauzer could end up in the animal emergency
And lets face it: Nobody wants to spend the holidays at the emergency vet clinic stressed out and worried about their furry family member. After all, this holiday is all about giving thanks for your blessings and spending time with your family and friends.
To help prevent your Schnauzer from becoming ill, review our 10 holiday pet safety tips below. These pet safety tips will help keep your Miniature Schnauzer safe on Turkey day and every day. And for those of you wanting to prepare a special holiday dinner for your Mini Schnauzer, try our homemade Turkey Bowl Bash for Dogs. Your dog is going to love it! Aroo!
Zippo! Nada! None!Even if your Miniature Schnauzer uses his/her "Pretty Please" pitiful look or begging stare. Our holiday foods are loaded with fat, which can trigger an onset of pancreatitis.
By following a few simple rules and being aware of the possible dangers will help ensure both you and your Miniature Schnauzer have a safe holiday so you can enjoy the celebration.
Want even more tips. Review all our Holiday Safety Tips for Dogs.
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