With the development of society, there are more and more families with dogs. Sometimes when they eat, they can’t help but ask to feed them casually, but not everything can be eaten by dogs. Some foods can cause harm to dogs, let's take a look at which kinds of foods can not be fed to dogs!
1: Chocolate, coffee
Chocolate, coffee, tea, etc. These foods contain caffeine, theobromine, theophylline, etc., which can cause dogs to vomit and diarrhea. At the same time, these substances are harmful to the dog's heart and nervous system.
Chili peppers, such as pepper and chili, have strong irritating odors and are not suitable for feeding dogs, because they can easily cause inflammation in dogs, and can also cause ulcers in the dog's mouth, stomach, and intestines, so they should not be fed to dogs. . The smell of onion and garlic is also very strong, which will affect the dog's sense of smell. Dogs who often eat onions are prone to tinea, so you should not give them onions and garlic.
The lactose in milk cannot be digested by the dog. If ingested in excess, it will cause severe diarrhea in the dog.
4: Fish and poultry bones
Dogs can eat bones, but they cannot eat fish and poultry bones, because these bones are relatively sharp and easy to get stuck in the throat and scratch the intestines, so it is best not to feed them. If you want to grind your dog's teeth, it's best to chew some big bones or buy some teething snacks.
Five: salt, sugar
Foods that are high in salt cannot be eaten by dogs. Because too high salt intake can cause hair loss, tear marks, etc., it is best to feed your dog some natural food with light and low salt. Sugar can cause obesity, dental problems, and possibly diabetes.
Six: Alcoholic beverages
If a dog drinks alcohol-containing beverages, the alcohol will have an impact on the dog's central nervous system, which can lead to poisoning, coma and even death.
Seven: Cat Food
The protein and fat content of cat food is higher than that of dog food. Excessive protein and fat intake will lead to obesity of the dog, which is very detrimental to the dog's health.
Eight: raw meat
May contain bacteria, such as Salmonella or E. coli which can cause vomiting and diarrhea.
Nine: Laying eggs
Contains an enzyme called avidin, which reduces the absorption of biotin (a type of vitamin B), causing problems in the dog's skin and coat. In addition, raw eggs also contain Salmonella.
If there is a problem in the breeding process, you should send it to the doctor immediately. The last thing I want to tell you is that many people may not take it seriously after reading this list. They think that their dog has no problems and is negligent, but everything is a process of accumulation. If you eat these foods in excessive amounts for a long time, it’s okay when your dog doesn’t get sick. Once there is any problem, it may have entered the late stage of illness, and the owner will regret it too late.
In addition, do you know which foods dogs cannot eat?