What Foods Are Safe for My Pets During the Holidays?

Dog eating holiday bone.

Nothing says “the holidays are here” like a gathering of family and friends around a table full of mouth-watering foods and sweet treats. And while you’re indulging yourself in all your traditional favorites, it’s only natural to want to indulge your pets, too. But before you slip a bite of honey baked ham to your canine or feline companion, it’s important to know that some people foods can actually be poisonous to pets

This holiday season, the team at True Care Veterinary Hospital reminds all pet families of the importance of practicing holiday pet safety, especially when it comes to food. With our tips below, you can start a new holiday dinner tradition just for your pets!


Pet Pancreatitis During the Holiday Season

A dog looks at a turkey.

The best holiday traditions often revolve around family, friends, and good food. Sneaking treats to your pet during the festivities might seem harmless, but in fact, can lead to a potentially dangerous condition called pancreatitis. The team at True Care Veterinary Hospital is here to explain more about pancreatitis in pets so you can do your best to avoid this painful problem this holiday season.