Recently a three-year olf beagle named Bandit was brought to the clinic I work at with a history of comiting, diarrhea, lethary, and a very sore stomach. Usually, Bandit was fed a commercial dry food, but two days earlier, his family had treated him to a dinner of turkey meat with skin and gravy. We did some X-rays and blood work, which revealed that Bandit had pancreatitis. His problem was caused by his recent table-scraps feast. Fortunately, with treatment, he made a full recovery.