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Do you know what kind of food we can't feed dog? Thanks.
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FixitJorge985 days ago


•Yeast: (in dough or on it's own)
yeast rises in bread, it will also expand and rise within your puppies tummy. mild cases will cause gas and lots of farting and discomfort but too much of it and it could rupture their stomach and intestines.

•Chocolate: chocolate is a absolute no no for your dog and not because of the caffeine, which is enough to harm your dog by itself, but theophylline, and theobromine which can be toxic, causes panting, diarrhea, vomiting, and damage your dog’s heart and nervous systems.

same like it's unhealthy for humans, it’s even less healthy for the dogs. Too much of it can lead to an electrolyte imbalance, dehydration and potentially diarrhea.

can cause not only intoxication, poor breathing, and abnormal acidity, but potentially even coma and or death.

•Avocado: contains Persin, can cause diarrhea, vomiting, and heart congestion.

•Cooked Bones:
the danger is cooked bones will easily splinter when your dog chews them and could cause him to cut himself or choke. However Raw (uncooked) bones are appropriate and good for your dog’s health and teeth.

•Milk and dairy products:
small doses aren’t going to kill your dog but you could get some smelly farts and some serious diarrhea that i dont think he would appreciate? Besides Dogs are lactose intolerant and don’t have enough of the lactase enzyme to properly digest dairy foods. If you want to give him dairy look into lactose-free dairy products.

Too much sugar for your pup can lead to dental issues, obesity, and even diabetes.

A sugar alcohol found in gum, candies, and other baked goods, Xylitol, is extremely toxic to dogs. Even small amounts can cause low blood sugar, seizures, liver failure, even death for your dog.

poison for your dog if ingested. Same as chocolate.

•Grapes and raisins:
Grapes contain a toxin that can cause severe liver damage and kidney failure. There have been stories of dogs dying from only a handful of grapes so do not feed your dog grapes.

•Macadamia nuts:
contains a toxin that can inhibit locomotory activities causing weakness, panting, swollen limbs, and tremors and even possible damage to your dogs digestive, nervous, and muscle systems.

•Onions and chives:
No matter the form (dry, raw, cooked, powder, within other foods), onions is one of the absolute worst foods you could feed your dog. poisonous for dogs, and even worse for cats. They contain disulfides and sulfoxides (thiosulphate), both of which can cause anemia and damage red blood cells.

•Tomato leaves and Rhubarb:
These contain oxalates, which can have a adverse affect your dogs digestive, nervous, and urinary systems.

Read more about other foods not to feed your dog and why:

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chakramed985 days ago

Hi @ ,

Caffeine is very bad which include:
1) energy drinks
2) coffee
3) chocolate
4) soda (and some beer now)

Honey contains botulism and is not metabolized by dogs

Sugars are not good either.

Many dogs have corn and wheat allergies as well


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azzromyo985 days ago

Hi @July
here is good link answer to this question: and this:


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ZzMrXzZ984 days ago

Here you are:

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Bine485975 days ago

Schokolade und IBUPROFEN und Weintrauben und Rosinen

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nino2018975 days ago

hi dear
Proper nutrition:
Nutrition is very important for everyone, whether human or animal, because it directly affects the functions of the body we have. There are five essential nutrients must be given to the dog as part of the daily diet.
1. Water: animal body is composed of 70% water, so you'll be sure to give your dog sufficient amount of water.
2-proteins: the dog must be given adequate amount of protein, and this type of food is essential to build the basic building blocks of the body, such as cells, tissues and organs.
3. fat: fat generally provide an insulator for the body, which helps him to withstand the cold conditions and also protect internal organs, not found on this type of fatty food generally in fish, mutton and vegetable oils.
4. Carbohydrates: one of the key nutrients that can not be ignored, can not neglect the carbohydrates they provide the energy needed for the body, and should give the dogs fiber [such as corn, rice and wheat] as food daily basis.
5. Vitamins and Minerals: are needed to strengthen bones and tusks, vitamins as a supplement to overworked

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Haydiyah972 days ago

That's so true. You should never feed your dog any of these stuffs

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