10 Ordinary Foods That Might Harm Your Pet

10 Ordinary Foods That Might Harm Your Pet

How to Keep Your Pet Healthy. You can choose and plan your own diet, but your pet doesn’t have that luxury, and it eats whatever you’re giving it. Even if you only want the best for your pet, you’re likely to make some common mistakes and feed it some foods that are dangerous for its health and can even kill it. How to avoid food poisoning in your pet? Onion and garlic, for example, have a chemical in them that destroys an animal’s red blood cells, causing anemia, which, in severe cases, can do serious damage to the internal organs. Bones are a great source of minerals and nutrients for your canine companion, but poultry bones, like chicken or turkey, as well as pork bones and any cooked bones are strictly forbidden. The same goes for coffee, chocolate, ice cream, and tomatoes.

TIMESTAMPS
Never feed your dog onion and garlic 0:39
Why lilies are dangerous for your pet 1:38
How avocados can be bad for your pet 2:53
Why you should never feed your pet coffee and chocolates 3:40
How bones can be dangerous for your dog 4:45
Why apples are dangerous for your pet 6:15
Never feed your pet tomatoes 7:00
How raw eggs can harm your pet 7:43
Why grapes and raisins are bad for your pet 8:30
Why you should never feed your pet ice cream 9:10

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SUMMARY
-Plants and vegetables in the onion family contain propyl disulfide. This chemical destroys an animal’s red blood cells, causing anemia, which, in severe cases, can do serious damage to the internal organs.
-Lilies are extremely toxic to animals and can destroy their kidneys if consumed.
-Avocados contain a fungicidal toxin called persin. According to the Pet Poison Helpline, it has a mild level of toxicity, only targeting certain species.
-Caffeine can be anywhere from moderately to severely toxic to an animal. It can cause elevated heart rate and body temperature, excessive urination, dehydration, tremors, seizures, and possibly death. Chocolate has its fair share of awful consequences too, especially dark chocolate since it contains more theobromine.
-According to the American Kennel Club, poultry bones, like chicken or turkey, as well as pork bones and any cooked bones are strictly forbidden! These types splinter into shards that can not only choke a dog but also do serious damage to its mouth, throat, or intestines.
-It’s red apples in particular that are a no-no for your cat or dog because they can cause an allergic reaction. And it’s not really the apple itself that’s dangerous, it’s the seeds.
-If your dog has gotten into your tomato garden and eaten what he shouldn’t, be on the lookout for signs of tomatine poisoning.
-The avidin found in egg whites disrupts the metabolism of vitamin B in the body. This blockage can lead to dry flaky skin, which can become infected if your pet scratches at it too much.
-To show you just how toxic these foods are for pets, consider this: just half an ounce of grapes can poison a 10-pound dog!
-Since most adult animals are lactose intolerant, ice cream doesn’t really agree with their system.

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