What foods are bad for dogs

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What foods are bad for dogs

Some human being foods can cause serious disease (and even loss of life) in cats and dogs.

Domestic pets shouldn’t be given individual food unless recommended by your vet.

In the event that you think your dog may have eaten an unhealthy food, contact your vet immediately.

What Do I have to FIND OUT ABOUT Foods that Are Dangerous for My Pet?

Several human being foods are dangerous to pets. Many of these foods may appear tasty to our pets but can prove deadly if eaten. It could be very tempting to provide domestic pets food from the desk, but household pets shouldn’t be given individual food unless suggested from your vet.

In the event that you suspect your dog may have eaten an unhealthy food, contact your vet immediately. Oftentimes, early acknowledgment and treatment are critical.

These common items may be within or around your home plus they can make your pet very ill, most are harmful. So keep canines safe, by keeping these potential poisons away.

1. Alcohol

Causes weakness, vomiting, low blood pressure dangerously, coma and loss of life in domestic pets.

2. Apple, Apricot, Plum and Cherry Seeds/Pits

These pits contain cyanide which can cause vomiting, fast and irregular heartbeat, seizures, coma and loss of life because of the inability of red bloodstream cells to properly carry air to cells.

3. Broccoli

Contains isothiocyanate which may be harmful to household pets in large doses.

4. Chives

Could cause potentially fatal anemia in dogs (and pet cats).

5. Avocado

Contains persin, a toxic substance that triggers vomiting and diarrhea.

6. Caffeine

Contains methylxanthines which can cause fatal diarrhea potentially, vomiting, seizures and irregular center beats.

7. Chocolate

Contains methylxanthines which can cause potentially fatal diarrhea, vomiting, seizures and irregular center beats.

8. Garlic

Could cause potentially fatal anemia in dogs (and felines).

9. Ham

Could cause pancreatitis, a fatal disease potentially, credited to high excess fat content.

10. Raisins and Grapes

Could cause severe and potentially fatal kidney failure.

What foods are bad for dogs

11. Macadamia Nuts

Contains an unidentified toxin that can cause vomiting, weakness, joint inflammation and pain.

12. Mushrooms

Many different kinds contain many different toxins that could cause kidney and liver organ failing, vomiting, diarrhea, hallucination and harm to red bloodstream cells.

13. Nutmeg

Could cause hallucinations and severe vomiting.

14. Dairy & MILK PRODUCTS

Could cause diarrhea and gas in adult pets who are lactose intolerant.

15. Salt

Excessive amounts of salt can cause a change in the fluid balance of cells thus leading to tremors, seizures, and coma (this consists of rock salt and homemade playdough).

16. Onions

Causes potentially fatal oxidation of red bloodstream cells resulting in their damage and leading to anemia.

17. Sugar-Free Gum & Chocolate (Xylitol)

Causes a potentially fatal drop in blood sugar (blood sugars) accompanied by severe liver harm.

18. Spicy Food

Extra heat put into a dish may potentially cause vomiting, stomach diarrhea or ulcers.

19. Candida Dough

Fungus in the natural dough can cause a surplus accumulation of gas in a pet’s belly leading to severe pain and potential life threatening torsion or rupture of the abdomen.

20. Tobacco

Nicotine containing products can cause excitement, vomiting, and tremors that are usually accompanied by fatal paralysis.

 

Any questions or opinions please don’t hesitate to drop down in the box below to get discuss together. Thanks.

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6 thoughts on “What foods are bad for dogs

  1. Miguel Rocha

    Having a pet dog of my own, I’m glad you made an article like this because I usually have to look over the internet and check out what I should feed my dog. It’s always been my paranoia that I can’t feed my dog a certain thing so thank you for curing my paranoia. I’ll bookmark your site so I can always have a quick look on what works or not. Thanks!

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  2. Larry

    Dino, good article.

    We have a white Siberian Husky with blue eyes. She’s a beautiful dog.

    We have been given a recipe to feed her that includes ground beef, shredded wheat, brown rice, “no salt” beans, peas and yogurt. We dropped the yogurt from what we prepare because we had heard that dairy products were not good for dogs.

    NOW we can see why it is bad. Thanks for including that note in this article.

    Larry

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    1. Saw Post author

      You are welcome Larry, you have done a great job to your dog.
      If you don’t mind can share your dog’s photo here. I wish to take a look on him/her. ^^

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  3. Ted

    WHAT!!! I can hardly believe it. I had no idea! Thank you for posting this Dino. Seriously, I’m moving soon to a place where a dog can really enjoy itself, so I’m looking forward to having a dog again.

    Great post! -Ted

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