Dogs General

Types of prohibited eating for dogs

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There are some human foods that are prohibited for dogs that cannot be offered to them and cause them numerous health problems and backfire on the health of dogs here is a list of the most dangerous types of foods that are not recommended for dogs:

Sugary drinks: sugary foods and drinks represent many of the health problems of dogs, the dog can be affected by an increase in weight and cause problems in the teeth and even lead to diabetes.

 

Salted foods:

salty potato chips or pretzels, the dog may feel very thirsty, symptoms of too much salt also include vomiting, diarrhea, depression, tremors, high fever, seizures and cause death.

Raw meat and fish :

raw meat and fish contain bacteria that are harmful to the health of dogs and cause food poisoning.

Raw eggs:

it is not recommended to feed the dog any raw diet such as uncooked eggs, as veterinarians recommend giving it to the dog as it causes a risk to the health of dogs.

Fat and bone :

fat causes pancreatitis in dogs and presenting bones can also cause choking and bones can also crack and cause wounds to your dog’s digestive tract and other health problems.

Chocolate:

it is strictly forbidden to offer chocolate to dogs because of theobromine, an element found in all types of chocolate even white chocolate, it causes the dog to vomit, diarrhea, heart problems, tremors, seizures and cause death.

Grapes and raisins :

eating your dog grapes and raisins causes kidney failure and a small amount makes the dog sick, vomiting frequently, lethargy and depression.

Onions and garlic:

onions and garlic kill red blood cells in dogs, causing anemia and anemia.

Alcohol:

alcohol affects the liver and brain in dogs and once a little alcohol is consumed the dog develops vomiting, diarrhea, breathing problems, coma and causes death.

Avocado:

eating avocados in abundance causes vomiting or diarrhea in dogs, and avocado seeds can settle in the dog’s stomach and cause death.

Xylitol:

all types of foods that contain xylitol such as candy, gum, toothpaste, baked goods and some diet foods cause the dog’s blood sugar to drop and cause liver failure, causing vomiting and lethargy.

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