|11-23-2012 09:13 AM|
a lot of turkeys have some sort of basting fat that has been injected or placed under the skin to make them moister.
Fat when cooked or rendered is not the same as if it were fresh
|11-23-2012 09:04 AM|
That is what I was talking about. The fat and skin and grease in the pan. The turkey meat in small amounts is one thing, but all the fat/skin/grease(as in licking the pan) is just too much for most dogs to handle.
We always expect the day after big holidays to have folks calling in with "my dog is throwing up, has diarahha all over the house, is acting sick" yadda yadda. We will always ask" what did they last eat"... The answer is undoubtable "turkey"
|11-23-2012 09:00 AM|
|Jax08||probaby the fat and skin that they aren't eating. I caught my son giving our senior boxer a big piece of fat.|
|11-23-2012 07:00 AM|
You can't get any leaner than turkey breast!
|11-22-2012 11:19 PM|
|wyominggrandma||Don't give any leftover turkey.. There are more sick dogs brought into vets the morning after Thanksgiving with stomach issues and pancreatitus from eating turkey. Too much fat and grease for dogs to handle.|
|11-22-2012 10:11 PM|
|Zookeep||I was planning on giving her some leftover turkey, but I figured she had enough of a treat with the entire pie.|
|11-22-2012 10:02 PM|
Awe.. hopefully it was canned pumpkin!
What dogs would do fof a darn treat :P.
Your doggy would be fine.
|11-22-2012 09:22 PM|
|msvette2u||What is it with these naughty dogs!? One with the pumpkin pie filling, one with bag balm...sheesh...!|
|11-22-2012 09:14 PM|
|Sunflowers||The poop from the pie will show up tomorrow evening. Good luck.|
|11-22-2012 08:22 PM|
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