The researchers found that, in the past decade, reported cases of pet poisoning have involved chocolate and chocolate-based products, plant foods in the Allium genus (including onions, garlic, leeks and chives), macadamia nuts, Vitis vinifera fruits (including grapes, raisins, sultanas and currants), foods sweetened with xylitol (such as sugar-free chewing gums and cookies), ethanol in alcoholic beverages, and unbaked bread dough. Your dog’s food does NOT need to be sweetened, so stay away from any and all foods containing sweeteners. While this isn’t a 100% proven connection, there is a lot of evidence to support the correlation, so it is best to just stay away from foods containing this rubber-producing material - because why is a rubber-related chemical in dog food anyway? Why are these foods bad for dogs? Why do we pandor to these money-making companies. Again, a completely useless ingredient used by cheap pet food companies to allow them to continue making awful food.
This means that your dog has the possibility of ingesting a fellow dog’s flesh, making them a cannibal of the worst kind! Below are some of the human foods that can have detrimental effects on the health of the dog. Grapes are one of the most toxic human foods for dogs. What are the effects of NSAIDs in dogs? Below are six Thanksgiving foods bad cherries for dogs cats and dogs. It turns out, there are actually a lot of foods dogs can't eat; the list goes way beyond chocolate. Wait, your dog can’t have bacon? That’s right! High fat foods like bacon, ham, or meat trimmings can cause pancreatitis in dogs. The target is to generate organic and natural and more healthy puppy foods in your private kitchen utilizing a variety of substances that are easily readily available. The best way to reduce the chances that your beloved dog will be the victim of pet poisoning is by preventing exposure to dangerous substances. Beef and Bone Meal - Speaking of fillers that come from discarded animal parts, beef and bone meal is also present in dog foods in order to add more "fluff" to the food - in other words, to stretch the company’s profits.
I agree though, this should be a pretty uncontroversial topic because it’s in the best interest of pet owners and the pets themselves to know what foods are good and bad! It’s best to stick with a pet food, treats and supplements that are made just for your furry pals, especially if you’re unsure. The toxic component is contained in the bulbs and stems of these plants and remains in even processed forms, such as powders, so we advise avoiding all sources of these for the best health of your pet. As if the bad quality isn’t enough to deter you, continued salt intake by your pet can raise blood pressure levels, which increases your pet’s chance of developing heart disease and having heart attacks/strokes down the road. The irony is that in the effort to preserve moisture, this ingredient is toxic when ingested in large amounts; potentially causing brain, liver, and kidney problems down the road.
This chemical (also found in butane lighters) is dangerous for all living things who ingest it, causing kidney damage as well as cancer. Milk, as well as other dairy products, can be especially bad for dogs, causing vomiting, diarrhea, and skin allergies, Nascimento says. Avocados contain Persin, which can cause vomiting and diarrhea in dogs, and also trigger difficulty breathing, fluid accumulation in the chest, abdomen and heart, or pancreatitis. While grapes and raisins are not harmful to some dogs, they have been associated with kidney failure in others. Not to mention, the mainstream brands (I didn’t want to list the bad ones because I don’t want to create trouble possibly) are advertised all over the place as "healthy" and "safe" but in reality, they are probably the main offenders on this list… "Please don’t feed my friends to me… Do the same for your pet’s food and don’t settle for cheap, bad quality food.