Did you know that chocolate is a dog’s nemesis? Did you know that delicious grapes are toxic to dogs? Did you know that dogs are actually not supposed to eat bones? Did you know that beef liver, pork liver, and lots of animal offal are dog killers? If you have ever fed your dog these things, stop immediately! If you want to know more, read on.
What foods are dog killers? >
Staple Food Chapter:
When you take a closer look, in fact, as long as the dog is not on a dog food-based diet pretty much all of them will come across a few foods at one time or another. The most important thing is that you have to be able to use your dog’s liver as a staple, but animal liver can be harmful to your dog.
I. Onions and garlic raw, cooked, or made into powder: contain dimethyl sulfoxide, which can destroy blood red blood cells and cause anemia. Cats are more susceptible than dogs. Garlic is somewhat less toxic than onions.
Second, liver: mixing rice with animal liver, such as beef and chicken livers, is a staple for many dogs, and many owners are used to feeding their dogs this way, for one thing, because they think the rice smells good and for another, because it’s convenient. But in fact, most of the animal liver is toxic to dogs. The animal’s liver has an unknown toxin that can destroy the kidneys.
Third, fatty meat: Fatty meat picked off lean meat can cause pancreatitis in dogs.
IV. Scraps lots of them: It may seem indecent to say, but it is true that many dogs follow what their owners eat, and in fact, scraps are nutritionally unbalanced. Even if you feed it, it should not be more than 10% of the recipe.
V. Raw fish: This can lead to vitamin B1 deficiency, which can cause loss of appetite, heart attack or other illness, and in severe cases, death. The likelihood of causing these is even greater if raw fish is fed regularly.
VI. Cat food: Don’t think that cat food and dog food are similar in shape, appearance or packaging, but in fact there is a big difference in the ingredients inside, and cat food is usually too high in protein and fat. It is not good for your dog’s health.
VII. Raw eggs: contain an enzyme, antibiotin protein, which can interfere with the absorption of vitamin H a B vitamin. It can lead to skin diseases and back hair problems. Raw eggs may also contain salmonella.