10 Foods Your Dog Should Never Eat

You probably wanna share your delicious people foods with your baby dog. After all, who can resist those pets eyes begging for a morsel? But hold off on spoiling your fur baby. Sometimes being a great doggy parent is knowing when to say, “No.” Some foods are just downright bad for baby dogs and can cause all sorts of health issues. Even if your dog has eaten these things in the past with no problems, they could be causing serious problems that you might not be aware of. Here are a list of foods you should never feed your baby dogs, no matter how adorably they beg.

1- Candy

The true culprit when it comes to these sweets is an ingredient called xylitol. It causes through your dog’s body an insulin surge that can lead to a drop in blood sugar and liver failure. Symptoms include lethargy, vomiting, loss of coordination, seizures, and ultimately death. a lot of these foods, especially peanut butter, are sometimes made without xylitol, so before you share foods with your baby dog check the list of ingredients in them.

2- Bacon And Fatty Meat

Your own dog can’t have bacon? That’s right! High fat foods like bacon, ham, or meat trimmings probably cause pancreatitis in dogs. And since these meats are often rise in salt content, too, they can cause upset stomachs and, in maximum cases, can cause baby dogs to drink too much water, leading to bloat, which can be fatal. Keep the fatty meats for yourself and stick to leaner choices for your baby dog.

3- Salty Foods

You might have heard that popcorn and pretzels are bad for baby dogs, but that’s ordinarily only the case if those foods are salted. Salty food can cause a condition called sodium ion poisoning, not to mention extreme thirst or urination. Symptoms of eating too much salt might comprise vomiting, diarrhea, high body temperature, and seizures, in addition to bloat, as is the case with bacon. Salt can be deathly, so keep it to a minimum in the foods you share with your baby dog.

4- Garlic And Onions

This one-two combo of foods doesn’t only give you dragon breath and repel vampires. These pungent ingredients are bad things for dogs. They can really destroy a baby dog’s red blood cells, leading to anemia, if consumed in high quantities. This is a tricky one because a small potion might not do much harm. But a big dose or regular small doses can lead to poisoning. Symptoms may include weakness, vomiting, breathlessness, and a loss of interest in food. Save the bad breath to yourself.

5- Milk, Cheese And Other Dairy Products

You might have slipped your dog a pill in a segment of cheese, but dogs aren’t actually built to process cow milk products. They lack the enzyme to break down milk sugar, and while some dogs are more eligible to handle dairy than others, many dogs are lactose intolerant. Dairy can cause dogs to vomit, have diarrhea, or evolve gastrointestinal diseases. The high fat content can cause of pancreatitis, as is the case with fatty meats. Don’t share with your baby dog your dairy . More ice cream for you!

6- Raw Meat, Fish, And Eggs

This one is a topic of controversy, as much vets are seeing health benefits from their patients switching to raw meat diets, including healthier skin and coats and easier digestion. Some vets recommend cooking raw food to kill off parasites and bacteria that can be harmful to dogs. The most of vets and the FDA still discourage feeding raw meat to dogs, and salmonella and e. coli infections do happen in canines. Majority of these infections happen to dogs whose immune systems are already compromised, but it might be hard to tell if your dog’s immune system is perfectly healthy. Raw eggs have enzymes that maybe cause skin conditions in dogs, and raw fish can hide parasites that cause deathly diseases. There are risks to a raw diet that you need to weigh against the benefits before you choose to try it. These risks can be reduced through freezing and proper preparation, but before you feed it to your baby dog you need to learn how to properly handle raw food.

7- Chocolate

At the 7 of the list of bad foods for baby dogs is the one you’ve possibly heard of most often–chocolate. Theo-bromine isn’t hurtful to humans, but it’s the toxic part of chocolate for dogs. It’s found in all types of chocolate, but especially in dark chocolate and baking chocolate. It can cause a dog to vomit, and become overly thirsty, but on the more extreme side it can cause abnormal heart rhythms, seizures, tremors, or death. Save the sweets for yourself.

8- Grapes And Raisins

This is a sneaky case of grave foods, as your baby dog has possibly eaten some grapes or raisins without problem. But it’s risky. Raisins and grapes are known to cause renal failure in dogs. Your dogs kidneys may start to shut down, causing vomiting and lethargy and eventually leading death. It’s best to save the grapes and raisins out of reach of your baby dog.

9- Sugary Food

Sugary food is not good for humans, and it’s not good for dogs either. Actually, it can lead to similar problems for baby dogs as it does for humans. Obesity, diabetes and dental health issues can all result from overeating foods that have high sugar content. Don’t feed your dog sugar, and probably, we should all consider cutting back on the sugar we eat, too.

10- Avocado

Much of the controversy around avocados when it comes to dogs revolves about persin, a substance avocados include in their leaves, seeds, bark, and fruit. Persin can be toxic in high doses. However, Dogs are fairly resistant to persin, and it would take a lot of avocados for the persin to cause harm. Once avocados are ripe, the persin levels drop, too. So what’s the problem with avocados?

Well, if you have in your house or in your yard an avocado plant, your baby dog may overindulge in unripened fruit and persin, but the big danger comes from the seeds, stems, and pits, all of which are hard to digest and can cause choking or gastrointestinal blockages, which can be deathly. If you have an avocado tree, as much people do in certain parts of the United States and elsewhere, make sure your dog can’t get anywhere near it or the fruit that falls to the ground. Prepare avocados for your dog by removing the hurtful parts, especially the pits, and use avos that are ripe. If you do, it’s likely that your dog can safely enjoy avocados, but as always, before sharing human food with your baby dog you should ask your vet .

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