What are some foods dogs can't have?

I am curious about what foods my dog cannot eat.
Category: Animals and Nature
Despite the fact that humans and dogs share a lot, there are foods they can't have together because of their different diets and needs. These foods include: -Take your dog some watermelon seeds to play with (they can chew, but it's not for human consumption) -Feed them a raw egg (there are also other sources of protein like red meat that you might be more comfortable giving to your dog) -Give them dry baby food from jars (unflavored, please).

As a pet parent, you would never want to feed your pets with anything that can make them unwell or unhealthy in any manner. Your aim should be to find a brand that can meet your dog’s dietary requirement while still being as healthy as possible. The ingredients in pet food can vary greatly depending on the product and brand you choose. While some foods are made entirely of natural ingredients, others contain preservatives and chemicals harmful to animals. Several human foods are harmful to dogs and should be avoided. Here are some common ones: 1. Chocolate: Chocolate contains a substance called theobromine, which is toxic to dogs and can cause vomiting, diarrhea, seizures, and even death. 2. Grapes and raisins: These foods can cause kidney failure in dogs. 3. Onions and garlic: These foods can damage a dog's red blood cells and cause anemia. 4. Avocado: Avocado contains a substance called persin, which can cause vomiting and diarrhea in dogs. 5. Macadamia nuts: These nuts can cause vomiting, tremors, and hyperthermia in dogs. 5. Xylitol: This sugar substitute is found in many sugar-free gums, candies, and other products. It can cause a rapid insulin release in dogs, leading to hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) and liver failure.

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