Thanksgiving can be a fun time to get together with the family. Your family may have some furry little additions that you should keep safe this Thanksgiving. Many guests maybe coming and going from your home and you should secure them during this time. You can also make sure they have a quiet and secure place to get away from all the commotion going on. While you are eating, make sure that your pets do not get any sweets, alcohol, or choking hazards from the feast you made. Many foods we consume are not safe for your pets and poultry bones are not recommended at all for dogs. In the case that your pet does end up ingesting something, make sure you have identified a 24 hour vet clinic in your area that will be open for the holiday. If you are looking for a new pet to adopt or looking to foster, consider checking out the Galveston County Animal Resource Center.