8 Foods That Dogs Should Never Eat


Most dog owners are aware that chocolate is anything but a treat for their pooches. This is because it contains theobromine, which is toxic for dogs. 


You may have often wondered if dogs can eat grapes before. This juicy fruit may have been a delight to humans for millennia, but it can cause kidney failure in dogs. 


Think again. Onions feature as a base for many of our meals, but they can cause oxidative damage to canine red blood cells. 


Garlic belongs to the same allium family as onions and can cause anemia via damage to a dog’s red blood cells. 


It contains persin, which is a fungicidal toxin that can result in serious health issues in some animals, including death in larger animals such as horses. 


While cartoon dogs getting hold of their owner’s whisky stores make for amusing content, an intoxicated canine is no laughing matter.  


This stimulant is found in many foods and drinks, including chocolate, coffee, tea, energy drinks and human diet pills.  


Bear in mind that raisins are present in many foods such as fruit cake and so salads and curries – so be wary of feeding scraps from your plate.me  

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