By Hollie May. Dog Bowls. Published at Wednesday, August 01st, 2018 - 07:05:18 AM.
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.
Eating Habits Your designer dog bowl or canine eating plate definitely sets the pace for your dogs eating habits. The portioning depends on the capacity of the bowl, and this is an important factor whether you are raising an athletic dog, nursing a young dog or putting your beloved dog in a sensible diet. The perfect dog bowl should suit their needs, it should be appropriate to the food quantity that they require. Otherwise there is a danger of overfeeding or perhaps underfeeding them.
Chocolate - To dogs, chocolate acts as a stimulant, making your dogs heartbeat accelerate or beat irregularly, leading to seizures and even cardiac arrest. To compound things further, it also acts as a severe diuretic, causing frequent urination, vomiting, and/or diarrhea. If you even suspect your dog has consumed chocolate, take him to an animal hospital immediately. Grapes and Raisins - Grapes and raisins create havoc with your dogs kidneys and digestive system. Whats worse is that the amount of grapes needed to cause problems can vary greatly among individual dogs. Symptoms include frequent urination, vomiting, and diarrhea.
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