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Thanksgiving is a time of year when we engage in traditions with our family and friends, so why not start a new tradition this year and sponsor a turkey?
It’s a beautiful way to put your love for animals into action and gives Pasado’s Safe Haven the means to provide food, shelter and care for the turkeys at their sanctuary as well as supports their work to end animal cruelty — a great cause, indeed.
Plus, your turkey sponsorship comes packaged as a card with a photo and information about your special bird. It makes a unique table centerpiece or a special gift for the animal lovers in your life (you can sponsor a variety of animals including cows, chickens, pigs, turkeys, donkeys, llamas, cats, dogs and more).
Sponsoring an animal is the gift that gives to the animals all year long!
Thanksgiving is about so much more than a massive turkey dinner — it’s a time to gather with family and friends (two and four-legged alike!) and focus on the good things in life.
In an effort to include furry family members in the feast-ivities without putting them in danger of gastrointestinal upset or even pancreatitis, Petplan pet insurance has put together a collection of Thanksgiving-themed recipes especially for dogs!
On an average day, Petplan policyholders spend about $428.92 on veterinary treatment for stomach upset, but over Thanksgiving weekend the same treatment soars to $614.72. Why the hefty price tag? Many vet hospitals have limited hours or close for the holiday weekend, meaning pets must visit an emergency clinic for treatment.
The good news is that preventing dinner disasters is easy: don’t feed pets from the table! Instead, take a page out of Petplan’s (veterinarian-approved!) cookbook and make a few Turkey Day treats fit for Fido. Everything can be created with ingredients already on hand, and unlike table food handouts, they’re safe to offer pets.
Here’s what’s on the menu:
· Pumpkin Smoothies: This creamy, two-ingredient pumpkin drink earns plenty of woofs.
· Paws-itively Peanutty Crudités: Crispy, crunchy veggies and peanut butter.
· Simple Sorbet: Tickle tongues between courses with this refreshing ice cube treat.
· Roasted Turkey Medallions: Turkey, carrots and oatmeal for a protein-packed entrée.
· Scrumptious Sweet Potato Cookies: Sweet potato and banana, easy-to-make cookies.
You can see the full recipes here including a game plan for fitting in this feast with your already scheduled cooking plus safety tips to help you make sure Thanksgiving is happy and healthy fur all! Woof!
Forget ghosts and goblins: food poisoning is the scariest thing dogs encounter during the Halloween holiday. Petplan pet insurance found that pets are 32% more likely to suffer food poisoning during Halloween week versus any other time of the year. Among the top toxins? Chocolate!
Chocolate is poisonous to pets because it contains toxic theobromine, and different types of chocolate affect pets differently because they have varying levels of theobromine. Baking chocolate has the highest concentration, and is therefore the most toxic – followed by dark, milk and then white chocolate.
If your dog eats chocolate, you need to know three things: how much theobromine the chocolate contains, how much your dog ate and how much he weighs. If your dog ingests close to 20mg of theobromine per pound of body weight, he’s in the danger zone for food poisoning.
The following infographic could be a life saver, should Fido ingest a frightful amount of chocolate.