Even a small amount of turkey can cause life-threatening pancreatitis in pets, and the AVMA says it's not worth the risk. A small amount of cooked, unseasoned sweet potato or unseasoned green beans is probably safe for healthy pets, but fatty foods, bones, onions, garlic, bread dough, grapes, raisins, desserts and alcohol are unsafe for pets to consume.
Most Thanksgiving foods are off the table for pets
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