FDA Warns Dog Owners Sugar Substitute In People Food Can Be Deadly For Dogs

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ABOVE VIDEO: Xylitol and Dogs, A Deadly Combination.

(FOX 13) – The federal government warns xylitol, a sugar substitute for people food, could be deadly for your best four-legged buddy.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a warning that foods which contain the sugar substitute xylitol can cause dogs to vomit, suffer seizures, tremors and even death within an hour of ingesting it.

The sweetener is often used in breath mints, toothpaste, sugarless gum and desserts, chewable vitamins, dietary supplements, some peanut and nut butters to name a few products.

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