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Things you need to keep in mind with respect to feeding your four-legged friends from the table of plenty on Thanksgiving Day.
Editor's note: We love our pets and rightly treat them like members of the family. So with Thanksgiving (and Christmas, too), we might be tempted to give them some extra treats from our big dinner feasts. Our friends at the East Atlanta Animal Clinic offer these tips: The smells of Thanksgiving fill your home and everyone’s mouth begins to water … including your pet’s! This time of year brings out the counter surfing talents of your pets. Taking care to keep irresistible flavors away from your pets palate prevents unwanted illness. Many pets receive small amounts of trimmings from the kitchen throughout the year; however, Thanksgiving tends to bring out an overabundance in everyone. Here are some food items to be aware of: Thanksgiving is …