⛔️ 🥧 ⛔️The Forbidden Feast: A Dog’s Guide to Thanksgiving Dinner
- Turkey Trouble: Turkey can be a tasty treat for dogs, but make sure it’s plain and boneless. Those COOKED bones can be a choking hazard!. If you want to score Mega points with your dog RAW turkey neck bones are amazing treat for our dogs (small dog owners! size matters)
- No to Onions and Garlic: These are a big no-no, as they can be toxic to dogs.
- Dessert Dangers: Keep those sweets, especially chocolate, out of paw’s reach.
🎉 First Impressions: When Your Dog Meets the New Boyfriend 😜
- Calm and Collected: Make sure your dog is calm before introducing them to new people. Maybe sneak in a quick Dog Training session before guests arrive.
- Treats Triumph: Have some treats handy. It’s a great way to break the ice!
- Give Space: Let your dog approach the new person in their own time. No forced friendships here!
🍂 A Thanksgiving Walk to Remember
🍁 A Thanksgiving to Remember
Thanksgiving with dogs can be a wonderful experience filled with laughter, love, and a bit of slobber. Just remember to keep an eye on what your dog is eating, introduce them gently to new guests, and take time to enjoy the simple things – like a peaceful walk or a special treat.
From all of us at Dog Owner’s Academy, we wish you and your furry friends a very Happy Thanksgiving! 🍁🐕
Let’s make this a Thanksgiving to remember – for the right reasons!
Stay safe, have fun, and maybe sneak in a little Dog Training along the way. After all, a well-behaved pup makes for an even happier holiday!
Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! 🦃🐾💕