While we often think of our dogs as family members, treating them as such at mealtimes can do more harm to them than merely spoiling them by spicing up their dinners. Here’s #6 of the twelve most dangerous “human” foods that could kill your dog, what's in them, and what it can do to your dogs. (To be taken to the top of this article, CLICK HERE)
#6 – Garlic
Consider your dogs vampires and keep them away from raw garlic as much as possible.
What's In It:
Like the chocolate rule, the stronger the onion the more toxic it can be. Since garlic is part of the onion family it's even more dangerous to dogs than onions per ounce. Garlic contains compounds that are strong in toxicity.
What It Can Do:
While the effect of garlic consumption to red blood cells won't appear for a few days in dogs, they'l be tired and reluctant to move. The dog's urine will be orange to dark red in color. Like with onions, a blood transfusion might be required in severe cases.
Check out this article “Is Garlic Bad For Dogs?” for further discussion and details.
Don’t give them people food at all..simple
Ridiculous formatting here. You have to click next page for literally each food.
Be careful what you feed your pet.
Rachel watch out for cheese
Trishia Stiles Tooley
You forgot xylitol!!!
What a load of rubbish. My 4 bassets literally eat 10 of those foods fairly regularly, and they are all fine. Granted my big boy once at a 2.2 lbs block of cheese in one sitting. He farted cheese for 2 weeks. This is clickbait.
You are so lucky to have 4 bassets. I used to have one, and when we picked her up from the breeder it was amazing to see this house full of bassets, as she had a few other adult bassets as well as the parents of the litter we were getting our girl from. The breeder was a really nice woman who gave my 3 year old a can of pringles, and it was hilarious to watch him walk around the place, calmly followed by a long line of bassets. None of them got any, poor things, not because of draconian food policies like those espoused by this list, but because a 3 year old who has his first very own can of Pringles is not gonna share….
Sarah Mcclure #9
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I Love My Bulldog
Thanks for the post :p
wow almost all of that is not true
Ria Nijns Rani Plattau
Dog Essentials Plus
To save u time, the list is……
Chocolate, Milk, Cheese, Yeast dough, Macadamia nuts, Caffeine, Bacon (fatty meats), Onion, Garlic, Avocados, Grapes, Apple cores (also plum, peach, pear, apricot cores)
These cause anything from sickness to death!! BEWARE, please!!!
I learned a couple of new ones in this.
David Everett Redden
Razor blades aren’t on the list. Never feed your dog razor blades!
Thanks I have been a Spaniel owner since i was about 7 years old Now 85 years old and I never knew most of that Bad Foods etc that you should not give to your Dog, but thanks to all your very Good Information, I am going to be Very Careful what I feed my Spaniel on in the Future—-Very Well Done Thanks !!