Human food harmful to dogs


0

When we talk about our dog, we talk about a family member that is important to us. It is important to know what to consider when it comes to Human food.

There are many foods a dog should avoid in his diet.

It can be said that in addition to knowing the dog’s harmful eating, you must also keep the dog away from this type of food.

Avoiding these kinds of human foods is good for keeping your dog healthy and protecting him from the risk of many diseases.

In this topic, we review several human foods that may harm dog health.

You may consider reviewing this list from time to time or presenting it to your family so that they avoid these problems too.

What is harmful human food for dogs?

Macadamia Nuts

They are found in sweets and biscuits and can cause vomiting, weakness of the body and high temperature.

Onions

Onions in large quantities are very harmful to the dog as it negatively affects the nervous system.

Eggs and raw meat

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has prevented the delivery of this type of food to dogs.

Chocolate

Most people know that chocolate is a food that can not be eaten by dogs because it causes diarrhea, vomiting and even death. Dark chocolate and baking chocolate have a higher percentage of toxic theobromine for dogs.

Foods with Xylitol

Xylitol is a man-made sweetener utilized in countless sugar-free merchandise like gum and candy. If your dog grabs one thing with xylitol, it will result in liver failure.

Are there other harmful foods?

The list shows some of the most common human foods that a dog should not eat,

which are dangerous to his health but it’s not a complete and definitive list.

If you are not comfortable with what should not be fed to the dog, or if you suspect food is safe, ask your veterinarian immediately.


Like it? Share with your friends!

0
Eslam Saad

My name is Eslam , I have a great passion in animals , wild life and specially the pets. I have made "zheropet.com" to talk about pets LifeStyle and a lot of other topics in the field .

2 Comments

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *