1. Key risk foods in your dog’s diet ①

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West Highland White Terrier


1. Key risk foods in your dog’s diet

1. Chocolate

① Ingredients: One food that dogs must not eat is silky smooth chocolate. The first thing you need to do is to get a good idea of what you are getting into. Otherwise you will become a direct killer of dogs. The most important thing is that the theobromine and caffeine in chocolate are toxic to pets.

②Harm:If a dog or cat eats about 13 mg of baking chocolate or 1.3 mg of milk chocolate per kilogram of body weight may lead to poisoning. The main signs are vomiting, increased urination, excessive excitement, tremors, shortness of breath, weakness and seizures, and sometimes death.

2. Stimulating foods such as onions, peppers, peppercorns, onions, garlic, etc.

Ingredients: Because these foods can irritate the dog’s gastrointestinal tract, they can not only cause inflammation but also affect the dog’s sense of smell. Onions contain the toxic ingredient propyl disulfide, which dogs can oxidize hemoglobin into Heinz’s bodies, and the reticuloendothelial system engulfs large numbers of Heinz’s body-containing red blood cells, leading to acute hemolytic anemia and bone marrow damage.

②Harm:The most characteristic urine is red or reddish brown after 1-2 days of onion or shallot poisoning in dogs. Mild poisoning, the symptoms are not obvious, sometimes poor spirit, loss of appetite, and excretion of red urine. Severe poisoning, manifested as depression, loss or abolition of appetite, stumbling walking, reluctance to move, preference for lying down, yellowing of conjunctiva or oral mucosa, rapid heartbeat, breathing, weakness, dark red or red-brown urine, normal or falling body temperature, and severe poisoning can lead to death.

③: Prevention and treatment:Immediately stop feeding onion or onion food, use the antioxidant vitamin E, support infusion therapy and supplementation; give appropriate amount of diuretics to promote hemoglobin excretion, hemolysis causing severe anemia can be treated with intravenous blood transfusion, 10-20 kg ml per kg of body weight.


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3. Cold buttermilk

Some people will give their dogs milk straight from the fridge, but this is bad for their health. For puppies whose bodies are not fully grown, cold milk is the cause of dysentery. For puppies, dysentery cannot occur more often, and often dysentery can easily weaken a dog. Therefore, when offering milk, we must heat it until it is skin-warming rather than overfeeding it.

4. Chicken bones

Chicken is a low-calorie protein, so you can easily eat it, but be careful with the bones. A cooked chicken bone is very hard and cannot be chewed by a dog’s teeth. Dogs can’t bite it. In addition, chicken bones can sting the throat and stomach. The chicken bone gets into the dog’s stomach and cannot be digested, which could endanger the dog’s life, so if you give your dog chicken, be careful with the chicken bone.

5. Salt

Salt is one of the causes of adult diseases that are harmful to the health of dogs. Dry foods, salt salmon, sugar and soy cooked fish and shrimp and other foods high in salt should not be given to dogs. Avoid foods high in salt, such as ham and cured meats. For mustard, chili peppers and other irritants, dogs may eat from the mouth to the stomach and intestines ulcerated, resulting in the inability to eat. Such accidents can easily happen when sharing a human diet, so be careful. Some people use salt to stimulate vomiting in dogs that have been poisoned. But the truth is that less than 1/2 teaspoon of salt can be fatal to a dog.

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The body structure of dogs and other pets is much simpler than that of humans. As a result, many human foods are simply not suitable for pets. For them, some human foods are not only bad for their growth, but may be chronic poisons for them.


2. Choose the best food for your dog according to the season

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Bichon Frise


2. Choose the best food for your dog according to the season

1. Spring the season when it starts to get warmer eating 10% less than winter>

After winter, he no longer needs many calories, but a dog’s appetite doesn’t drop dramatically, so be careful not to let him eat too much. Snacks are a source of obesity. If you want to give your dog a snack, you should only feed dry meat, which should be considered as part of the food amount. The amount of food should also be reduced to 90% of the amount of winter food. As the temperature and humidity increase, food tends to get moldy. They should be kept in sealed containers and ventilated.

2. Summer the season of loss of appetite and frequent weight measurement>

Dogs are afraid of heat and their appetite decreases in the summer. This is a normal physiological phenomenon that reduces fat and gets you through the hot summer months, so don’t worry about it. But weigh your dog once a month. If your weight loss is 10%, it means there is something wrong with his body. If the dog’s appetite is still strong in the summer, we should prevent it from gaining weight. A sharp reduction in food intake can make him very irritable, so mixing low-calorie foods is good for reasonable control of food intake.

3. Autumn the season of high appetite to prevent gaining weight>

Not only humans, but also dogs have a strong appetite in the fall, a normal physiological phenomenon of storing subcutaneous fat during the winter. You can also gain weight if you eat too much. If your dog’s weight is skyrocketing and you can feel its fat directly, you should lose weight promptly. It is not necessary to reduce the amount of food when losing weight, just add some cabbage to the dog food, you can adjust the high-calorie food into a low-calorie food. When the weather is good, let it do a lot of exercise also help prevent obesity.

4. Winter be careful to hydrate during the season of high appetite

In the winter, the dog’s appetite is extremely strong and exercise is increasing in order to maintain body temperature and accumulate large amounts of subcutaneous fat, so his appetite should gradually increase. Eating too much can lead to obesity. It should be weighed and fat tested regularly. In addition, heating can dry out the room air fresh water should be prepared frequently to prevent its mouth from drinking.

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As the seasons change, a dog’s calorie needs vary. When keeping dogs indoors and outdoors, dogs need fewer calories in the summer and more in the winter. Don’t just feed the same food all year, but change it according to the season and body condition to ensure your dog’s healthy growth.


III. Foods that are good for dogs ①

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Butterfly dogs


III. Foods that are good for dogs

1. Apples: Rich in dietary fiber, which helps improve constipation or intestinal problems. In addition, the pectin in dietary fiber is also effective in eliminating toxins from the body. However, because apples contain too much sugar, we should be careful not to give our dogs too much.

2. Lean meat: Lean meat is low in fat and high in vitamins, which promotes normal digestion back to B1. Although the essential intake for dogs is small, it may cause some skin problems if not consumed in sufficient amounts.

3. Bananas: Fruits that provide a quick nutritional boost also work for dogs. In addition to being rich in dietary fiber, the oligosaccharides promote an increase in beneficial bacteria in the intestinal tract and help with bowel movements. It is especially recommended for dogs with constipation or a weak stomach.

4. Green cauliflower broccoli:Green cauliflower consists of buds and stems, in addition to containing beta carotene, vitamins B1, B2, C In addition, it also contains iron and dietary fiber, which is a very nutritious food. The stems in particular are very rich in fiber.

5. Chicken breast: When the gastrointestinal tract and other digestive organs are relatively weak, it is best to eat high-protein, low-calorie chicken breast. Chicken breast contains no excess fat, especially for dogs on a diet, and is an indispensable ingredient for supplementing animal protein.

6. Chicken liver:Rich in protein and vitamins A, B1, B2, B12, C, iron, copper very effective for pernicious anemia and other nutrients. Some owners now talk about the changing color of chicken livers, and overconsumption of chicken livers does lead to calcium deficiency, especially in puppies, but there is no denying the nutritional value of chicken livers when consumed wisely.

7. Pumpkin: Pumpkin is easy to produce a sense of satiety and contains vitamins B2, B12. vitamin C and carotene in addition to being rich in fiber. B2. prevents anemia. Pumpkin is also effective in improving constipation.

8. Cabbage:Because it contains sulfur and chlorine, it cleanses the dog’s intestines and nutrients such as vitamin A and B groups, calcium, sodium, and iron. The vicinity of the cabbage is rich in vitamin C, another part of the leaves beta carotene.

9. Potatoes: contain high amounts of vitamin C and potassium, which are considered to be hypoallergenic ingredients. Please heat and cook when feeding. Also, please never eat dogs with arthritis, parasitic infections, and respiratory disorders.


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10. Soy: Rich in vegetable protein. When dogs are low on protein, it not only causes weakness, but also increases the likelihood of viral infections. If you want your dog to eat soybeans, cook them in water until they are soft and rotten.

11. Soybean powder: Use dry fried soybeans ground into a powder. Soybean flour is not only protein rich, but also rich in minerals and dietary fiber, and contains fatty acids that are very effective in improving hair loss in dogs.

Sesame seeds: Sesame seeds are divided into black and white sesame seeds. White sesame seeds are easier to digest and absorb than black sesame seeds.

13, sweet potatoes: potatoes are rich in vitamin C and dietary fiber, which is the highest content of dietary fiber contained in sweet potatoes. The mucus protein contained in sweet potatoes, in particular, is particularly effective in discharging the excrement piled up in the intestines.

14. Frozen tofu: Frozen tofu is a protein-rich product that is rapidly frozen and then stored at low temperatures. It also contains a lot of minerals that are good for your dog’s coat, and can be heated and mashed with water and added to other vegetables for your dog.

15. Eggs: Rich in protein. Giving them to dogs can be an important source of protein for dogs, but they can also be an allergen for dogs with allergies. So be extra careful when giving them to your dog.

16. Rice:In addition to sugar, rice contains vitamins, minerals, and dietary fiber. For dogs that are otherwise carnivores, rice is recommended, although it is an unfamiliar food, because it is a hypoallergenic food.

17. Carrots:Rich in carrot beta carotene is also rich in minerals and vitamins, high in purification and effective in purifying the gastrointestinal tract and liver. In addition, it can prevent cancer, loss of appetite and heart disease.

18. Oilseed rape baby tongkat:Oilseed rape is a vitamin-rich vegetable. Dogs, like humans, must consume vitamins from their food. Oleander is said to be quite effective for loss of appetite or dermatitis, and also quite effective in helping the body move smoothly.

19. Oatmeal:Oatmeal made from oats contains 8 vitamins and minerals and is rich in dietary fiber. Constipated bloodhounds should do well if they add oatmeal to their diet.

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Often many owners have the habit of giving their dogs whatever their people eat. The dog’s personality is often the same, and more is better. The first thing you need to do is to make sure that you have a good idea of what you are doing. If you don’t pay attention, it can affect your dog’s health and even endanger your life!


Four: Teach you how to make your own nutritious banana cake for dogs


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Four, teach you to make your own nutritious banana cake for dogs


Banana 2g to 50g, low gluten flour 65g to 70g, egg whites 3>


Crush the banana with a spoon.

2. Add the pet milk or water to the mashed banana and stir well. Pour in the low gluten flour and stir into the banana paste.

3. Using a machine, beat 3 to 4 proteins to stiff peaks and mix into the banana paste, mixing well.

4. Pour the banana batter into a 255cm cake mold and line the bottom with parchment paper.

5. Preheat the oven to 150°C and bake for 40 to 45 minutes.

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Banana cake is mainly made of eggs, milk and bananas. It can be used as a snack for dogs, for example, from noon to night, and owners can give their dogs a snack in between.

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