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12 Human Foods That Could Kill Your Dog


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The most important thing with pet care is knowing what you are allowed and aren’t allowed to feed your dog. As long as you committed with a reasonably decent doggy diet, everything should be, right? Wrong. Seems there is a ton of foods you almost certainly didn’t realize which will be bad for your dog, including some that are perfectly healthy for humans.
After all, there’s nothing worse than having your dog suffer over an easy mistake within the diet. While they’re still man’s ally, they probably shouldn’t eat like your ally. here are 12 human foods that your dog should most avoid.

12.Chocolate

Chocolate is one of the foremost common foods that are bad for dogs, so we’d knock it off the list early.

What’s In It?

  Chocolate contains caffeine and theobromine which fall into the methylxanthines category. Once we hear the phrase “the darker the chocolate, the more dangerous,” it’s because white chocolates contain less amount of methylxanthines. Thus, less toxicity.

  What It Can Do:

  If eaten by a dog, chocolate can cause vomiting, dehydration, abdominal pains, severe agitation, muscle tremors, irregular cardiac rhythm, elevated blood heat, seizures, and death.

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11.Milk

Yeah we all know, puppies drink milk from their mothers after they’re born. However, like humans, dogs also can suffer from lactose intorelance

What’s In It:

Milk contains lactose that dogs do not have the enzymes to digest it.

What It Can Do:

Consumption of milk could lead to vomiting, diarrhea, and other gastrointestinal problems. While it isn’t immediately life-threatening, it can contribute to serious bacterial exposure in dogs that would eventually cause disease.

10.Cheese

Sorry boy, no Grilled Cheese for you. Your stomach will thank me later.

 What’s In It:

 Like milk, cheese also has sugars and fatty components that dogs do not have the required enzymes to digest it.

 What It Can Do:

 Cheese, and other dairy products, can cause problems if consumed alot. Symptoms like gas, diarrhea, and vomiting can all occur if a dog eats an excessive amount of cheese.

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