9 Hazardous Food Options to Avoid for Your Pet Dog

 Theobromine is toxic to dogs and can cause vomiting, diarrhoea, rapid breathing, elevated heart rate, and death.

1 Chocolate

 Can cause kidney failure in dogs, causing vomiting, lethargy, and decreased urine production.

2 Grapes, Raisins

Contains chemicals that harm dog red blood cells, causing anaemia. Symptoms include weakness, vomiting, and breathing problems.

3 Garlic with Onions

 Persin poisons dogs and causes vomiting, diarrhoea, and cardiac fluid accumulation.

4 Avocado

 Xylitol, found in sugar-free gum, chocolates, and peanut butter, can cause dogs to release insulin suddenly, causing hypoglycemia, seizures, and liver failure.

5 Xylitol

 Even little doses of alcohol can intoxicate dogs, causing vomiting, confusion, coordination issues, unconsciousness, and death.

6 Alcohol

Splintering cooked bones can injure or clog a dog's digestive tract.

7 Bones

 Caffeine in coffee, tea, energy drinks, and other pharmaceuticals can cause restlessness, fast breathing, heart palpitations, and death in dogs.

8 Caffeine

Fries, fatty meats, and some dairy items can cause pancreatitis in dogs, causing gastrointestinal pain, vomiting, and diarrhoea.

9 Fatty Foods

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