Can Dogs Eat?

Can Dogs Eat?

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The digestive system of dogs is different from the humans. In addition to eating dog food, dogs occasionally add some vegetables or fruits to the dog's nutritional supplement is also very good. There are some foods that dogs can or cannot eat, and some foods can only be eaten in small amounts. If you have a pet with special medical needs, consult a veterinarian before feeding anyone.
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  • Food
    CAN / CAN'T
    Description
    • Pork

      Can

      without added spices, seasonings or sauces
    • Tomatoes

      Limit

      It’s okay to feed your dog tomatoes as an occasional treat
    • Alcohol

      Can’t

      No! Never Ever! Even a little alcohol can lead to ethanol poisoning in dogs.
    • Chocolate

      Can’t

      Even just a small amount of chocolate does harm to dogs.
    • Coffee & Caffeine

      Can’t

      Caffeine is potentially poisonous to dogs and can be life-threatening.
    • Ice Cream

      Can’t

      Ice cream contains a lot of sugar, Dog should not eat them.
    • Almonds

      Can’t

      If not chewed completely, they can block the esophagus and even tear the trachea.
    • Macadamia Nuts

      Can’t

      Never feed your dog macadamia nuts. Macadamia nuts do harm to dogs and can cause muscle weakness, vomiting, lethargy, and hyperthermia.
    • Cinnamon

      Can’t

      Although not toxic, large amounts of cinnamon can cause vomiting, diarrhea, and liver disease in dogs.
    • Can’t

      Never feed grapes or raisins, these are highly toxic.
    • Onions

      Can’t

      All ingredients and forms of onions are toxic to dogs, even leaves, juices and processed powders.
    • Garlic

      Can’t

      Garlic is poisonous to dogs. It can damage the dog's red blood cells and cause anemia. It can also cause symptoms such as vomiting and diarrhea.
    • Xylitol

      Can’t

      When dogs eat xylitol, they can cause a rapid decline in blood sugar levels and muscle weakness and seizures.
    • Yeast dough

      Can’t

      Yeast in the dough causes it to swell in the dog's stomach, causing bloating and causing dangerous complications.
    • Turkey

      Can

      Turkey is fine for dogs, but be sure to remove excess fat and skin from the meat. Don’t forget to check for bones.
    • Peanut butter

      Can

      Peanut butter is a good source of protein for dogs. Raw, unsalted peanut butter is the healthiest option.
    • Fish

      Can

      Fish is a safe and good source of protein. Be sure to pick all the tiny bones except sardines.
    • Peanuts

      Can

      Peanuts are rich in high-quality fats and proteins, but in moderation, too much fat can cause pancreatic problems.
    • Yogurt

      Can

      Pure yogurt is a snack for dogs. Avoid adding any sugared yogurt and skip all yogurts that contain artificial sweeteners.
    • Pasta

      Can

      As long as the pasta is fed in moderation, it will not harm the dog. It's definitely not healthy for dogs, but it won't harm them in any way.
    • Bread

      Can

      A small amount of plain bread (no spices and no raisins) will not harm your dog, but it will not provide any health benefits.
    • Corn

      Can

      Corn is a good source of some vitamins and minerals, but sticks can make it difficult for dogs to digest and can cause intestinal obstruction.
    • Honey

      Can

      Honey is packed with countless nutrients. Feeding dogs with a small amount of honey can help with allergies.
    • Ham

      Can

      Ham can be eaten, but it is certainly not the healthiest. Ham is high in sodium and fat, so sharing a small piece is fine.
    • Can

      Dogs can eat bananas in moderation. They are full of magnesium, which is important for keeping bones healthy.
    • Can

      Apples are a good source of fiber and can help regulate dog digestion. Remember to remove the seeds.
    • Can

      Dogs can safely eat strawberries. Strawberries are very good for dogs. Make sure to cut them into small pieces to prevent choking.
    • Limit

      As long as watermelon peel does not contain peel or seeds, watermelon is safe for dogs.
    • Beans

      Limit

      Although beans are a great alternative to vegan meat, unless your veterinarian recommends it, your dog shouldn't rely solely on beans for protein.
    • Cheese

      Limit

      Dogs can eat cheese in small or moderate amounts. As long as your dog is not lactose intolerant, cheese can be a great choice.
    • Limit

      Blueberries are an excellent health food for dogs.
    • Milk

      Limit

      Dogs can drink milk. But some dogs are intolerant to lactose, and eating too much dairy products can cause digestive problems.
    • Cashews

      Limit

      Cashews are suitable for dogs, but can only eat a few at a time. They contain calcium, magnesium, antioxidants and proteins.
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