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Photo: Iryna Galipchak (Shutterstock) Plenty of human snack foods are bad news for dogs, as you may remember from our advice not to give your dog turkey skin on Thanksgiving and to keep them away from all kinds of candy, not just chocolate, on Halloween . So you won’t be surprised to learn that your Super Bowl party spread also has a bunch of things you’ll need to keep out of your doggo’s reach. Bones from ribs or chicken wings The tiny bones inside chicken wings can puncture or block your dog’s digestive tract. This may not happen every time—I once had a dog who snarfed down whole plates of discarded wing bones on multiple occasions and lived to tell the tale—but it’s a definite risk. Other cooked bones can also be an issue, even if they’re larger. Ribs, in particular, can make splintery shards when crunched. (That same dog did end up needing to go to the emergency room once when she stole a larger, cooked bone and a broken piece got stuck inside her mouth.) So keep bones out of your pup’s reach, whether they still have the meat on them or not. If they do eat some bones and seem to be fine, keep an eye on them. Call your vet if you notice your pup has constipation, bloating, bloody stool, or vomiting after ingesting bones. Anything fatty Fatty foods can trigger a bout of pancreatitis , a potentially life-threatening condition. So watch that your pup […]