Food Your Dog Should Never Eat

By  //  April 22, 2013

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The Do’s And Dont’s of Sharing Food With Your Dog

EDITOR’S NOTE: We love our dogs and consider them a part of our families.  However, before you succumb to that wistful gaze and wagging tail, think twice about sharing your food with your canine partner.  Many of the things that we eat and put into our food, spices, different herbs, fat, margarine, etc…, can cause some very dangerous and sometimes fatal problems in dogs.

The slideshow excerpted below from WebMD provides expert insight into the foods to avoid giving to your dog, as well as those which are OK for pets and make great dog treats. 

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Dogs should not eat macadamia nuts or foods containing macadamia nuts because they can be fatal.

WEBMD (slideshow)–Who can resist those big brown eyes and cute doggie grin? Can a little reward from the table really hurt your dog? Well, that depends on what it is and what’s in it. A chip with guacamole can cause your dog some real problems. In fact, there’s a lot of people food your dog should never eat. And, it’s not just because of weight. Some foods are downright dangerous for dogs — and some of these common foods may surprise you.

CLICK HERE for the complete slideshow on WebMD.com.


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