The number of common people foods that can be toxic to dogs will surprise many.
One of the most frequent questions we get is “Can my dog eat ______,” with the blank being filled in with any of dozens of different people foods. “Can my dog eat apples”, “Can my dog eat pistachios”, “Can my dog eat beets?”, etc. While a great majority of human foods are safe for dogs to eat, there is a number that is toxic and should be avoided at all costs. just for dogs food
We’ve all been there. You’re snacking on food, your dog approaches with interest, and you then have to decide whether to share a bit with your pup. Or after dinner, you’re scraping plates into the trash, and you realize (with the help of your dog’s pleading expression) that they would probably enjoy what’s left of your meal.
The following list of foods toxic to dogs will help make your decision whether or not to share as your pup stares up at you with those longing eyes.
10. Grapes and Raisins
Little is known about what exactly in grapes and raisins causes toxicity to dogs, but the danger is certain. An alarming number of illness, including cases of kidney failure in dogs, have occurred as a result of eating grapes and raisins. There is no data on how many grapes or raisins must be eaten before they pose a risk to a dog, but some cases have been reported citing as few as one.
Symptoms can include lethargy, vomiting, diarrhea, lack of appetite, depression, and difficulty urinating, and diagnoses can include renal failure. Since so little is known about the actual cause of the toxicity, it is prudent to do your best to keep your dog from ingesting any grapes or raisins whatsoever…
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