Many pet-lovers are grateful for their dogs. But when it comes to sharing a Thanksgiving meal with your loyal companion, some vittles should be left out. According to Mother Nature Network, pet owners should not share gravy or stuffing with their dogs. Stuffing can reportedly lead to your furry friend having gastro problems. Thanksgiving turkey can be given in moderation, as long as there's no bones in it. MNN says that vegetables like carrots, sweet potatoes and green beans are also good to share with your dog, as long as they're not soaked in butter or sugar.