Turkey and your pets
I know this is probably more of a conversations comment, but it is important so I am putting it here. Hope you all will indulge me.
One wintry Sunday, about two years ago, I roasted a large turkey. I decided to treat my dog with some of the pan drippings and bits of meat, mixed in with his dry food. He loved it. Fast forward several hours and he was in severe distress, dry heaves and lots of trips outside. I took him to the emergency vet and he was treated for pancreatitis. Had I waited til morning, he would not have made it. The vet told me that turkey is incredibly high in fat (especially the skin and dark meat) and that many dogs can't tolerate it. He had a slow recovery but eventually recovered, but to this day, if he has anything fatty (a scrap of cheese on the floor,ie) to eat, his stomach will make loud noises all night. His diet is strictly watched.
A little white meat is supposedly fine, but I will never chance it.
Just an FYI for our furry friends.