Thanksgiving is fast approaching, and a lot of you guys wanted us to do a thanksgiving themed treat. So we’re kind of going to do that right now. Gone To The Snow Dogs Intro! We’re Gone to The Snow Dogs!! So there are many different foods that a lot of you guys are gonna eat for thanksgiving dinner that actually okay to share with your pets. So basically what we’re gonna. Do today is we are going [to] make a fake Thanksgiving dinner because it’s not thanksgiving yet, and I don’t actually have leftovers. Are you excited? I bet you are! (Classic Memphis) First though, we want to talk to you guys about things your dogs should not have from your thanksgiving dinner. There are many things that your dog shouldn’t have that you may be eating for thanksgiving, that might upset their stomachs just a little bit. too much. Moderation is key. You shouldn’t always give your dogs leftovers because there are a lot of things that we eat that can upset their stomachs. One of the things you 𝐝𝐞𝐟𝐢𝐧𝐢𝐭𝐞𝐥𝐲 don’t want to give your dogs on Thanksgiving is the skin from the turkey, and it’s not just because it’s very fatty, but it’s also because The seasonings that you put on it some of them are not good for dogs, so if you are going to share your turkey with the dogs, Make sure you share white meat [turkey] and remove any of the skin and any of the bones. Don’t let them get turkey bones because turkey [bones] can snap and they can hurt their insides. So for our fake turkey dinner we’re pretending our leftovers were a little bit of turkey a little bit of Cranberry sauce and some sweet potatoes now if you’re going to give your [dog’s] sweet potatoes again Make sure that there’s not a lot of added sugar. They don’t need marshmallows, they don’t they definitely don’t need a bunch of sugar. These are just plain sweet potatoes – you can even if you want you can set some aside as you’re cooking if You’re making sweet potatoes with like marshmallows on top or you’re adding sugar to it, just take a little scoop and set it aside for your dog so that they have a little bit that doesn’t have a bunch of added stuff. Now, We’re actually going to just take this stuff Mix a little bit, (stutters) bit of it together and then put it on their normal dog food, so they can have a simulated Thanksgiving day dinner! Some other things that we don’t have here that are okay for your dogs to eat would be like, plain green beans (just steamed) Green beans, Plain carrots, a little bit of mashed sweet potato, or a little bit of mashed pumpkin, again nothing with added sugar. But you want to stay away from like, you, don’t really want to give them like the, like I said the skin from the turkey. You don’t really want to give them gravy. Gravy can actually upset their stomachs, because it’s got a lot of different seasonings and things like that in it. So, those are a few things you definitely want to stay away from. 𝐎𝐧𝐢𝐨𝐧𝐬! doon’t, doon’t, give your dogs onions, onions are bad for dogs, so, There’s a little list of things that you can and you can’t give your dog and again, I’m going to stress this Moderation. is. key. You Don’t want to give your dog an entire bowl of turkey because it’s probably going to make them that feel too good. But if you give them a little bit, (points to each ingredient) and a little bit in a little bit just a little bit. they’ll probably be fine. But as I say in all of my treat videos, if you don’t feel safe Feeding something to your dog that you see us feed to our dogs, don’t feed it to your dog. I know what my dogs can eat you can always contact your veterinarian and ask them, see what they think, but I Know these are things I feed to my dogs so it is completely and entirely up to you, what you feed to your dogs. Now because you’re going to be adding some things to your dog’s food, I What I personally do is I give them a little bit less than their normal amount of food, and then I add a little bit Of this to it like I said you don’t want to overfeed them. Well, you would want to be overfed wouldn’t ya? (Oakley: Heck Yeah!) Hold on, I’m makin’ it! But that’s about what their food looks like. If you’re wondering how much to put on, I put about a spoonful of the Cranberry Sauce I – Since I used canned yams, I did about one and a half canned yams And then a little handful of turkey. So all of them have a little bit of extra stuff on their dinner! So they’re going to celebrate thanksgiving! And there you go. (Shelby Noms on Her Treat) (Oakley Noms on Her Treat) So even the dogs don’t have to be left out for Thanksgiving dinner (Memphis Noms on Her Treat) (Memphis Continues to be Cute and Eat her Treat) They can enjoy a little bit of [the] leftovers. What do you think is that good stuff? (Diva Shelby: I actually like this…) You like that is that good stuff? What do you think oakley that good stuff? All right, you guys well. Thanks for watching this video on how to share Thanksgiving day dinner with your dogs! We hope this helps you out a little bit, and let you know what you can, what you shouldn’t share with your dogs on Thanksgiving. We hope you guys have a happy thanksgiving, and we will actually see you one time before then, we will see you on Wednesday. Sooo thanks for watching. Thanks for subscribing. Stay positive dream big, and we will see you on Wednesday. Is that good stuff? Like, Super Good stuff? Even Shelby likes everything that’s in it. She’s like this is great, aaaand you’re done. Oakley wins! Even with the slow feed bowl, Oakley wins. Hi guys, Chibi Foxy here. I have never done subtitles before and this actually took long for me to make. I tried to go over the video multiple times, and I would love POSITIVE criticism. Thanks guys, peace out! Thanks guys, peace out!