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While most people refer to the day after Thanksgiving as "Black Friday," we in the veterinary profession call it "Pancreatitis Day." Every year, pets present at our clinics on Friday with varying degrees of stomach upset, caused by things they ate on Thanksgiving Day. In some cases, these pets can be severely ill.
Whether your pet gets an upset stomach on Thanksgiving or any other day of the year, SuperVet's tips on dealing with vomiting will come in handy.
Please have a great holiday — and if you're wondering what to wear to the big meal, SuperVet suggests spandex.
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