The foods that are not safe for dogs cause symptoms ranging an upset stomach to breathing difficulties and even death. Some of these foods cause an instant reaction, while others cause a delayed response that appears over time.
1.Grapes and Raisins
While nutritious for humans, grapes and raisins are extremely toxic to dogs and can cause kidney failure. Even very small quantities of these fruits can cause irreparable damage and even death.
You've likely heard that you're never supposed to feed a dog chocolate, and there's a reason for that.32 The delicious candy contains caffeine-like stimulants.If ingested in large amounts, chocolate can cause vomiting, diarrhea, irregular heartbeat, seizures, and even death.
Along with other members of the genus Allium like shallots, leeks, and chives, onions and garlic can make dogs very sick by damaging their red blood cells, which can result in anemia, and even death.
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