Thanksgiving food on the table

The holidays are upon us. Families and friends will gather to honor the traditional day of thanks. Stuffings, cranberries, potatoes, pumpkin pies, and what-not will fill up tables and bellies.

Before you go bonkers in prepping a delish meal, don’t forget Fido and Felix. They’re part of the family, too. Here are 5 tasty holiday foods that are safe for your precious pet.

1. Turkey

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The holidays aren't complete without a whopping roasted turkey. A word of caution though: avoid giving bones to your pet — bones could choke them or block their intestines. And leave out the turkey gravy or dressing.

2. Rolls

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If the turkey rocks, then the rolls roll. It’s a sin to omit the bread basket, so make sure to serve fresh, fluffy rolls. Go gluten-free if that’s your thing. Just don’t forget to pass the bushel to the furry buddy beside you.

3. Potatoes

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Sweet vegetables are perfect for your pet when cooked. You can bake them or have them mashed and roasted. It’s not really the holidays without them.

4. Macaroni

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Macaroni and cheese go together very well and will most certainly fill your pet's tummy. Before you mix in the milk, butter and cheese, save out a little for the fur kids. Take it easy on the cheese though, as your pet could be lactose intolerant.

5. Green Beans

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Finally, green beans are a pleasant addition to dinner. There’s always room for these tasty sides. Beans are ideal snacks for pets. Serve them plain without onion, garlic, and mushroom soup.

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