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11 human foods that are dangerous to dogs

Dog food specialists from PurePetFood.co.uk have revealed the snacks and ingredients that could prove dangerous if eaten by a dog.

Some human food could cause health problems in dogs which can range from toilet issues and vomiting to heart disease, liver failure and even death.. If your dog starts to display symptoms of eating something they shouldn’t have, consult your local vet or visit PurePetFood for advice.

Chemicals in onions can cause dogs red blood cells to rupture or reduce how effectively they can carry oxygen around their body.

5. ONION

Chemicals in onions can cause dogs red blood cells to rupture or reduce how effectively they can carry oxygen around their body.
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Excessive salt can harm dogs just like humans. It could cause increased thirst, raise blood pressure, or even sodium ion poisoning in pets.

6. READY MEAL

Excessive salt can harm dogs just like humans. It could cause increased thirst, raise blood pressure, or even sodium ion poisoning in pets.
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Almonds, cashews, pecans, pistachios and other nuts are packed full of fats and oils that could lead to diarrhoea, vomiting and pancreatitis in dogs.

7. NUTS

Almonds, cashews, pecans, pistachios and other nuts are packed full of fats and oils that could lead to diarrhoea, vomiting and pancreatitis in dogs.
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Used as a sweetener in a range of products including chewing gum, toothpaste and baked desserts, xylitol can cause insulin release in dogs and potentially lead to liver failure.

8. XYLITOL

Used as a sweetener in a range of products including chewing gum, toothpaste and baked desserts, xylitol can cause insulin release in dogs and potentially lead to liver failure.
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