Keeping pets safe from Thanksgiving feasts
JAMESTOWN, N.D. -- Gary Pearson will never forget the German shepherd that quit eating after Thanksgiving.
The dog had a turkey neck bone lodged in its esophagus.
"That was an early reminder to me that holidays can present some special hazards," said Pearson, who was a veterinary student at the time and now works at Prairie Veterinary Hospital in Jamestown.
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