Unsafe foods for pets during Super Bowl
Unsafe Superbowl Foods For Your Pets
Heart + Paw was recently featured on KYW Newsradio highlighting foods your pets should avoid this Super Bowl Sunday.
PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — Super Bowl Sunday is celebrated with dozens of tasty finger foods and appetizers, but veterinarians warn: Keep them away from your pets. A record number of pets were adopted during the coronavirus pandemic, so vets are cautioning new pet owners to make sure they don’t get their paws on foods they shouldn’t eat.
Some items may be common knowledge, but Dr. Lauren Ciolek from Heart + Paw in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, said dogs and cats should avoid getting into popular Super Bowl party snacks like:
• Chicken wings
• Onion rings and other fried foods
• Certain types of nuts
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