Published at Tuesday, September 04th, 2018 - 20:26:18 PM. . By Georgette Porter.
Alcoholic Beverages - Dogs physiologies are not equipped to handle alcohol consumption. They are extremely susceptible to alcohol poisoning, and even small amounts can lead to digestive problems or even death. Bread Dough - Because it is soft, dogs will often swallow the dough without chewing it. When the dough hits your dogs stomach, his body heat will cause the dough to rise inside his stomach. This rising action can cause bloating or vomiting. To compound things further, the rising action creates alcohol as a by-product, and your dog may experience the symptoms listed in the previous paragraph.
Onions - Onions cause the breakdown of a dogs red blood cells, which deprives his cells of much-needed oxygen. If youre in the habit of feeding your dog table scraps, make sure the dish was not prepared with onions, as the effects can be cumulative over a period of time. Symptoms can vary greatly, ranging from vomiting and diarrhea to loss of appetite, fever, or exhaustion. Macadamia Nuts - While the exact chemical compound is still unknown, even a small amount of macadamia nuts can cause fever, irregular heartbeat, seizures, or mild paralysis.
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