Providing a healthy diet for your #dog isn't always so obvious. Most people know the obvious dangers like chocolate and grapes, but did you know that onions & garlic are also toxic to dogs?
This is the best guide to toxins for dogs I have ever seen, share with other Pet Parents
Most dangerous foods for dogs
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Infographic of good foods and bad foods for dogs. Carrots, apples and blueberries- good! Grapes, onions, garlic and chocolate - bad!
Keep your dogs away from these 14 dangerous foods
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List of foods toxic to dogs: grapes/raisins, nuts, tomatoes, green potatoes, avacado, onion, garlic, rhubarb, mushrooms, fatty meats, raw eggs, raw fish, cat food, chocolate, cocoa, caffeine, alcohol, and more!
A lot of what we eat can be deadly for Fido. Here s what to avoid and what to do in an emergency.