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everyday foods that are poisonous to dogs - pet manufacturing process

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everyday foods that are poisonous to dogs  -  pet manufacturing process
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Friends are a recent addition from a puppy --for-
Selling ads or long term partners who have lived with you for a few years, you will undoubtedly want to be a responsible dog owner and strive to provide a loving, warm environment
Most importantly, they have a safe home.
Unfortunately, our homes and gardens are full of things that can cause serious harm to dogs, and we sometimes inadvertently choose to feed our new puppies or loyal family pets, this could be toxic --to-
List of dog hazards
The 22 toxic foods listed below include a few things that you may already be aware of, but there are also some things that only the safest-aware dog owners may know . . . . . . Until now.
If you really want to take care of your family pet, these are the dog facts you need to know: 1.
All different forms of onion and garlic (
Raw, cooked, powder, etc. )
It is very toxic to dogs and even more toxic to cats.
The problem here is that almost all dogs like the taste of onions and garlic, especially with other foods such as garlic bread or beef burger and many people (
Including some experts in dog nutrition)
Believe that a small amount is harmless.
Only when we begin to appreciate the role of these vegetables in dogs can we understand why not many onions or garlic are really safe for dogs.
They cause something called "sub-clinical hematology," which means they explode red blood cells.
A small amount of physical changes that are usually not visible, but they are sure to cause some internal damage (
Onions are better than garlic)
This can lead to other more serious problems.
A lot of-or dogs eat onion and garlic foods a lot-can have severe chronic anemia because it can destroy a lot of red blood cells.
Symptoms in other dogs include severe abdominal pain, lethargy, accelerated heart rate, accelerated breathing, vomiting, diarrhea, and yellowing of the skin and gums.
Related vegetables containing sulfur in the onion family (
Problem component)
Dogs are also considered toxic, including leeks and leeks.
It is worth noting that onions and/or garlic are often found in baby food and processed soups (
Safe for human beings)
But not for dogs.
Many owners try to feed their dogs these alternatives when their best friends are sick or not eating, and by checking the list of ingredients on the cans and cans, it is worth finding varieties that do not contain these ingredients
You can also get garlic slices at a local pet shop, which is often recommended as a deterrent for fleas and ticks, as well as homeopathy for digestive problems.
These are usually safe because sulfur is deliberately processed from tablets
The form for the dog. 2.
The owner of the chocolate knows that the chocolate is harmful to the health of the dog, but some people think that this is only due to the amount of sugar, in fact, the chocolate used for human consumption contains a kind of chocolate called theobromine (
And caffeine, which is also toxic to dogs).
Dogs are very sensitive to this because they are much slower than humans to metabolize cocoa, which means it can cause serious or even fatal damage.
Typical 20 kg (44 lb)
Dogs usually experience no more than 240 grams after meals (8. 5 oz)
Dark chocolate.
After a dog has eaten chocolate for a long time, cocoa can cause serious heart and blood circulation problems because half of this toxin
Eighteen hours of life in the body.
In the most severe cases, it is not uncommon for seizures, call Downs, internal bleeding, and heart attacks.
Please note that baking chocolate is the worst because it contains more cocoa.
The owner believes that the sugar and fat content of chocolate is also harmful to dogs, which is correct to some extent, because research evidence suggests that these components passed through the consumption of chocolate can lead to acute
Start and live occasionally
After a few days, there is a possibility of pancreatitis. 3.
Avocado is a delicious food.
But you shouldn't give it to your dog.
Avocado contains a substance called persin.
This is harmless for people who are not allergic, but a lot is toxic to dogs.
If you grow avocado at home, keep your dog away from the plants.
Persin is present not only in the fleshy fruit, but also in the leaves, seeds and bark. 4.
China imports 2007 Jackie, United StatesS.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
Some pet food imported from China was found contaminated with toxic melamine.
The products were later canceled.
The incident has drawn the FDA's close attention to all Chinese imports of dog food and snacks.
In early 2013, they confirmed that they had received complaints from many owners and veterinarians that dogs and cats were sick after eating beef jerky --
Food and snacks from China.
In October 2013, the FDA confirmed 3,600 cases and 580 dogs died.
Although the FDA has conducted 1200 different tests on different beef jerky, the exact cause of this unusually high death toll remains elusivestyle products. The most up-to-
The latest news is that they believe that this may be related to the commonly used glycerin additives and/or pollution that has not yet been determined in the manufacturing process.
They also found that some of the samples they tested were contaminated with antibiotics, but the FDA believes it is unlikely to explain the common disease in pet dogs.
It is worth noting that although some pet food manufacturers voluntarily withdrew some of the products under suspicion and FDA investigation, other dried meat
Shelves in supermarkets and pet shops are still selling a variety of food and food.
For the safety of all pet dogs and cats, I will stop feeding these products until the FDA reports that the problem has been completely resolved. 5.
The link between grapes and raisins in dogs and the toxic qualities of raisins was first discovered in 1999.
Acute renal failure (kidney failure)
Urine production may be restricted or stopped after the dog has eaten a lot of grapes or raisins.
If symptoms of poisoning are not treated immediately, the result may be fatal.
If you catch your dog and eat grapes or raisins, the best thing to do is to induce and encourage vomiting (
This is what the vet usually does as an emergency procedure).
Despite a large number of studies, it is not yet clear why toxicity occurs in dogs rather than other species. A medium-
Larger dogs usually need to eat hundreds of grapes to have acute renal failure, but in the case of puppies and smaller bread, the number will be much reduced.
Vomiting and/or diarrhea are early symptoms of poisoning, and the development of acute renal failure is as fast as within 48 hours of consumption.
So if you have these fruits in your home, don't expose them to your best friends-know that they often appear in other foods such as cookies and cakes, you may occasionally feed in the form of snacks or scraps. 6.
When raw eggs are cooked as part of a balanced diet, most eggs are safe for dogs as long as they are not eaten regularly.
However, feeding raw eggs and egg yolks to dogs is risky (
This is especially true if dogs only eat raw eggs).
The problem is that the source of some eggs is not safe, which means that they may contain harmful bacteria such as salmonella and E. coli. coli.
Dogs who have been damaged by the immune system or are old or have other infections and diseases may succumb to alltoo-
The bacteria will be found soon.
Another problem is a substance called avidin, which is a biotin inhibitor in egg white.
Biotin is a B vitamins necessary for cell growth in dogs.
Egg yolks actually contain a high amount of avidin, so to reduce the likelihood of a lack of avidin, it is important that the egg yolks and yolks of the dog are all together.
Pasteurized eggs are the safest because pasteurized processes can kill any salmonella and E-
However, most of the eggs purchased in stores and supermarkets were not pasteurized.
In 2002, tests of known sources in the United States found that only one of the 30,000 eggs contained the bacteria.
Food analysts say eggs contain salmonella and E-
E. coli is quite low, but in eggs from untested and unregulated sources, as well as in places where the crust is not contaminated without effective washing, this danger is significantly increased. 7.
Many of us may occasionally find ourselves sitting in front of the TV munching on pistachio snacks-how many of us ate one or two for the dog at home just because he or she seemed to like them a lot.
Unfortunately pistachio is very toxic to dogs.
On the one hand, they are rich in phosphorus, which may lead to bladder stones in dogs, but they also contain Huang Quyi (
Toxic metabolites produced by certain fungi)
To make matters worse, this level is so low that it is harmless to humans, but dogs are much more sensitive to this level and have a risk of acute and painful diarrhea.
On the other hand, while a small amount of peanuts and peanut butter is relatively safe for dogs (
Please note that some dogs may be allergic to them like humans do)
Pistachios, almonds, pecans, macadamia nuts, black walnuts and Japanese walnuts should all be considered toxic to our best friends. 8.
Raw fish is a very dangerous food for dogs, although you may find that there are different claims on the website and in magazines.
Unfortunately, as I know by living by the sea and running regularly along the beach with my own dog, the worse the fish is (
Even if it's dead and rotten)
The more attractive it seems to the dog.
Unless you are very vigilant, the dog will eat the bodies in the blink of an eye.
Salmon, trout, ad fish or sturgeon fish may contain parasites that cause "fish disease" or "salmon poisoning disease.
"Without immediate treatment, the disease is usually fatal within two weeks.
The first signs of the disease are vomiting, fever and enlarged lymph nodes.
The cooking process kills these parasites and makes it safe for dogs to eat caught fresh fish.
Raw fish also produce thiamine deficiency, which can lead to decreased appetite, seizures and death.
Carp, smelt fish, herring, and catfish contain an enzyme that binds thiamine or vitamin B1 and is out of balance in dogs, which increases risk if dogs eat them raw. 9.
Rhubarb, tomatoes, and raw potatoes all contain grass salts that cause abnormalities in the nervous system, kidneys, and digestive tract, causing tremor, seizures, and uneven heart rate.
Cooked potatoes are good for dogs, but be aware that any green potatoes are best discarded.
When exposed to the sun during the growth period or after harvest, the tube forms a green flaw on the skin and under the skin.
This indicates that the crop contains toxic longhurine.
The good news is that the anemone has poor absorption, and most of it is hydrolysis into solanesol with less toxicity, so the metabolites are usually eliminated very quickly.
This could be a small risk-
Larger dogs, but puppies and small breeds or those with health conditions are more likely to feel unwell by eating raw or cooked green potatoes. 10. DRY DOG FOODS (
When they become the only major part of a dog's diet)Dry dog food (
Sometimes also known as rough grinding)
There is no doubt that it was designed for the convenience of human beings, not for the benefit of dogs.
Careful examination and analysis show that many varieties of this product, compared to high-quality canned foods, are third less than the basic nutrients needed by dogs.
But the worst thing about dry food is
It can do long-term damage to your best friend.
Studies have shown that there is a link between feeding dry food during a dog's lifetime --
And the onset of kidney failure.
Dogs who have eaten dry food for several years often have mild dehydration throughout their lives, which can cause kidney damage and sometimes an early onset of the disease.
Kidney failure cannot be cured.
Don't take risks-
Quality canned food (
About 80% of water is the easiest way to constantly replenish your dog)
Or even better, study the nutrition of the dog and create a self-made diet that best suits the dog. 11.
Broccoli contains a toxic ingredient called isothio ester, which only exists in the head of the vegetable and does not exist in the stem.
Isosulfur Ester is a strong irritating substance to the stomach, which is very painful.
A small amount, it has a lot of benefits when broccoli becomes part of your dog's different diet, however, getting too much at a time almost certainly makes it stomach uncomfortable, eating more than 10 per cent of food per day can lead to particularly harmful symptoms. 12.
As we approach the festival, anyone who thinks it's easy to give a dog a beer or two or actually anything with alcohol gets a warning.
Alcohol is extremely dangerous for dogs.
What many people forget is that the dog's body is much smaller than the human body, which means that even a small amount of alcohol is drunk like a human being from a barrel.
Perhaps the most important thing parents can do for their families is to let any teenager know how dangerous it is to give any wine to their pets at home-teenagers often don't understand that the harm may have a distorted sense of humor it's funny to give the dog a drink, not miserable.
Alcoholic beverages and foods can cause vomiting, diarrhea, decreased appetite, central nervous system depression, difficulty breathing, tremor, abnormal blood acidity, coma and even death. 13.
When dogs eat too much liver, liver health problems occur from raw and cooked liver.
The liver is actually very good for dogs because it is rich in vitamin A, which is essential to promote normal vision.
It also helps the immune system and the lungs, the heart, the kidneys and other organs.
But excessive vitamin A can lead to a toxic state known as high vitamin D-which can lead to bone deformation, spinal growth, and severe weight loss.
It can lead to death in rare but documented cases.
Don't feed your dog more than once a week-or more than twice a week.
It is worth remembering that if dogs take vitamin A supplements or liver in other foods and treatments, this will increase the level of consumption per week. 14.
While Apple and other fruits, as part of a balanced and diverse diet, both Apple's flesh and crust are good for dogs, the core of the fruit is toxic.
Apple points and some other fruit seeds contain cyanide, which is very toxic when dogs consume too much or repeatedly consume seeds for a long time (
Poison can accumulate in the body without discharge, barely noticed until it is too late).
Severe cyanide poisoning can lead to permanent heart, nerve, and brain damage.
All in all, while occasional small amounts of apples or pears are healthy for your dog, you should never give them the core or idea of these fruits.
In addition, you should also consider the seeds and leaves, stems of withered Cherry, grapefruit, orange, lime, lemon, plum and apricot that are toxic to dogs. 15.
Coffee and caffeine we all know that too much coffee is bad for us, but do you know that, according to pets, caffeine is not only bad for dogs, but also much more toxic
Poison Help Line while 1-
2 laps of coffee, tea or soda do not contain enough caffeine, causing most pets to be poisoned, taking in the right amount of coffee grounds, tea bags or 1-
Diet pills containing caffeine can easily lead to the death of puppies or cats.
The dog's lethal dose is 150 mg of caffeine per kilogram of body weight, and a cup of regular coffee is about 65 mg, so you can understand that accidental poisoning is a possible result of excessive poisoning
Indulge your pet
One of the biggest problems is that many dogs like the taste of caffeine-related drinks and food-I have a rescued greyhound with a chance, it would be happy to steal my cup of coffee and really shouldn't leave a drink when our dog is nearby chocolate and other food and substances are not supervised. 16.
The most typical image of a raw bone happy dog is chewing the bone, but recent research tells us that the bone is one of the most dangerous things you can give the dog.
If you don't believe . . . . . . Ask your vet or RSPCA for their advice . . . . . . They may tell you that bones are the main cause of internal damage and it is best to avoid it.
D. Camilla StamperV. M.
A veterinarian at the veterinary center of the Food and Drug Administration said: "No matter the size of the bone, it is not safe.
Dog bones given to you may make your pet a candidate for future trips to the vet's office, possible emergency surgery or even death.
"Bone fragments break the teeth, causing a rupture of the throat and trachea, causing intestinal congestion, rectal bleeding, and vaginitis.
Cooked bones are at higher risk of injury and poultry bones are at greater risk of injury as they break into sharp pieces, but even large raw bone marrow bones are now considered a potential danger.
Bones are necessary for the nutritional value they provide to dogs, which is a myth.
In fact, the collagen in the bone itself and in the bone is simply undigestible.
There are a lot of synthetic and natural hidden bones in good pet stores, and the owner can give their best friends a safer alternative to chewing. 17.
I'm sure you won't specifically feed these plants, shrubs, and trees to your dogs, but I include them just because how common it is for dogs to eat in the garden, such as grass . . . . . . When their stomach feels a little uncomfortable, they often chew on them to make themselves vomit. A well-
Keeping the lawn is particularly worrying as it can be fed into chemicals, feeds and pesticides that are almost certainly harmful to your dog.
Unfortunately, many gardens are full of poisonous plants.
Even those identified as non-
Due to the spraying of toxic substances, toxic plants may now be toxic.
This is not an exhaustive list, there are too many plants, I just listed here those plants that start with the letter "A" to give you an idea of the problem (
Please take some time to study the potential toxicity of all plants, trees, bulbs and shrubs in your garden):Adam And Eve (an Arum)
Magic Tree of Africa (
Seeds are the most toxic part and only one ounce is deadly)
Lotus, Lotus, Lotus (
Ear plants of elephants), Aloe (Aloe vera plants), Amaryllis (large-
Flowers and popular Lily)
Growing dolphin grass (
Feather geranium)
The United States is bittersweet (
Yellow pulp fruit)
Holly, USA (
Also known as Winterberry, UK)
Mandrek, United States (
Also known as Mayapple or umbrella leaf)
Yew, USA, Andromeda, Japan (
Usually called a Valley bush or lily of Pierri)
White angelica tree, Apple Tree (
All varieties have poisonous stems, leaves and seeds), the Apricot (
Poisonous stems, leaves, seeds)
Arrow vines, Lily of Arum (Calla Lily)
Ivy palms purple aster asparagus (Australia (
Sometimes called Umbrella tree)
Australian pine tree (
Also known as Norfolk pine or house pine)
Red flowers and cuckoo in autumn (all varieties). 18. ICE-
Cream, milk and flavored yogurt dog owners, we want to succumb to the blessings of our best friends and we will do almost anything to make them happy.
Unfortunately, although we may enjoy an ice completely
Hot summer cream, really enjoy the luxury of this human only the eyes of the dog. Ice-
Cream and milk have one thing in common . . . . . . Lactose . . . . . . Many dogs are lactose intolerant.
This substance is normally broken down by an enzyme in the small intestine, but like some people, some dogs lack this enzyme, which means lactose travels along the gut, it can cause gas, swelling and discomfort.
If you find that your dog appears to have any of these symptoms within a few hours of eating any dairy products, then he may be lactose intolerance.
Even dogs that don't have lactose intolerance should have only a small amount of ice.
Cream is occasionally used as a luxury and the safest flavor for them is vanilla, as it usually does not contain unsafe ingredients such as chocolate or raisins.
It's worth checking the ice.
Cream is not made of artificial sweeteners because they cause additional health problems.
In fact, one of the worst artificial sweeteners for dogs is a natural product called stevia.
Studies have shown that this may cause a sudden drop in the blood pressure of the dog and it is best to avoid it if possible.
Xylitol is another very dangerous artificial sweetener.
This can sometimes be found in flavored yogurt that can be fatal to dogs, as it increases the production of insulin and leads to the blood of dogs --
Blood sugar levels declined rapidly. 19.
Beef Burger, sausage, bacon, deep-
The skin of fried products and poultry is very dangerous for dogs, especially if they are often given this scrap, or in cases where the dog in question is prone to pancreatitis.
Small varieties, especially Toy varieties, are more vulnerable to pancreatic attacks than others, but that doesn't mean that larger dogs can't get it either --
They will be very painful when the attack happens.
Dogs with severe pancreatic cancer need to be shut down
Supervise veterinary treatment, usually including liquid treatment and antibiotics. 20.
Yes, I think it might raise your eyebrows slightly.
I'm not here to say that you fill your dog with basic fresh water for drinking water every day.
Unfortunately, dogs don't know that their drinking bowl is really the only safe place to quench their thirst, so no matter how dangerous they are, they always fall in front of any available water.
This may include puddles on the sidewalk, pool on the side of the road, fish ponds, water collected with waste paint and other solvent-based product containers, and may be rich in accumulated buckets of bacteria and parasites, streams near farmland or industrial sites (
Places where hazardous chemicals may be used)
Warning to all men and partners who may always say "please put your seat and lid down . . . . . . Toilets, which will almost certainly use clean chemicals in recent days, and maybe even bleach. 21.
Cutting or cutting the corn on the stick is a sure way to get your dog's intestines blocked.
The corn itself is usually digested, but if the whole is swallowed, part of the cob stays in the large intestine and can cause fatal consequences if it is not removed by surgery.
In addition, too many corn kernels can also disrupt the digestive tract, so it is wise to give a small amount of corn occasionally. 22.
ROSEMARYIn 2007, the FDA is concerned about the use of very harmful chemical and artificial preservatives by pet food manufacturers from their products to natural antioxidant Rosemary.
While this herb is very safe for most dogs and humans, pet food manufacturers are introducing concentrated oils and extracts --
These very high levels of rosemary can be harmful because it is well known that this herb can cause seizures, change nerve activity, and interfere with powerful drugs (
Including lithium)
And lead to miscarriage of pregnant dogs.
There has been no change since 2007, and today there are more manufacturers using rosemary in their pet food. My advice . . .
Check the ingredients to see if Rosemary is listed in the food you give your dog, and if so, change to a safer product. 23.
RICERice has received a lot of criticism recently because it has different forms and levels of arsenic, all of which have different levels of toxicity.
While most rice contains a small amount of arsenic, which means that it is relatively safe for humans to eat it occasionally, it is found that many dog food products include this grain as an expansion agent and a nutrition agent.
Since dogs eat the same product every day, people are worried that arsenic will enter the system of our best friends.
This can lead to health problems.
FDA is monitoring long term
Health issues are a term for people who often eat rice, but so far it has not looked at the potential adverse effects on dogs.
As a precaution, make sure you cook the rice with at least six times the amount of water and rinse it thoroughly before serving.
Pet owners are also advised to consider changing the food they feed their dogs on a daily basis to ensure that they not only eat products with rice in the ingredients.
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