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10 human foods

10 foods toxic to dog again some of these are common sence.

1.Chocolate, coffee, tea, soda and anything else with caffeine
2. Mushrooms
3. Onions and garlic
4. Nuts
5. Avocado and persimmons
6. Tomatoes, potatoes and rhubarb
7. Grapes and raisins
8. Nutmeg
9. Alcohol
10. Baking soda, baking powder and yeast

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Potatoes are not toxic to dogs.


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As with all your threads - clarification is required. It is bad, if a dog eats a box of baking chocolate bars. It is no big deal if a dog eats a few M&Ms. Green potatoes, eyes, skins are bad. Cooked potatoes are generally fine. According to my dog, potato chips are awesome. Most kibble contains potato of some sort. Nut? Depends on the nut. Peanuts are OK. I wouldn't give my dog a ton of peanuts or a whole jar of peanut butter. I wouldn't give him macadamia nuts, which are toxic. I wouldn't give him an excess of any human food.

It is really important to know exactly what is toxic and how much it takes to be toxic. There are already many threads regarding toxins and safety issues. I imagine some are even stickies.

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u left of xylitol, artificial sweetener that can kill dogs.
i don't think baking soda is toxic unless your dog ate gobs of it.
i use it to brush my dogs teeth, always have.
do you have a link to all this info or did you make up the list yourself?
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Yes, xylitol is highly toxic to dogs. We make sure that we don't buy any gum which has xylitol in it.


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As with all your threads - clarification is required. It is bad, if a dog eats a box of baking chocolate bars. It is no big deal if a dog eats a few M&Ms. Green potatoes, eyes, skins are bad. Cooked potatoes are generally fine. According to my dog, potato chips are awesome. Most kibble contains potato of some sort. Nut? Depends on the nut. Peanuts are OK. I wouldn't give my dog a ton of peanuts or a whole jar of peanut butter. I wouldn't give him macadamia nuts, which are toxic. I wouldn't give him an excess of any human food.

It is really important to know exactly what is toxic and how much it takes to be toxic. There are already many threads regarding toxins and safety issues. I imagine some are even stickies.
Say what you want I was given a minimum of how much can be posted on one of my other posts so I was trying not to go over that minimum. Hence the reason I out some it is common sence.

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u left of xylitol, artificial sweetener that can kill dogs.
i don't think baking soda is toxic unless your dog ate gobs of it.
i use it to brush my dogs teeth, always have.
do you have a link to all this info or did you make up the list yourself?
Do you want the link?

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well no, i can google it i just wondered if you thought up the list or found it on the internet
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u left of xylitol, artificial sweetener that can kill dogs.
i don't think baking soda is toxic unless your dog ate gobs of it.
i use it to brush my dogs teeth, always have.
do you have a link to all this info or did you make up the list yourself?
Here's one link
http://www.aspca.org/pet-care/animal...ding-your-pets

Heres another link
http://www.petpoisonhelpline.com/poisons/

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