If you’re anything like me, you have to keep a close eye on your dog to make sure the sneaker doesn’t get into food around the house or while taking a walk outside.
Unlike cats, which are known to be picky eaters, dogs seem to eat just about anything!
Which human foods are safe for your dog to eat?
If you’ve had to make an emergency trip to the veterinarian because your dog can’t stop vomiting or has diarrhea, you know that dogs just shouldn’t eat some human foods.
We’ve all heard that chocolate can be toxic to dogs, but that’s only the beginning. Did you know about grapes?
HerePup.com has compiled a handy list that dog owners may want to keep posted in the house, perhaps on the fridge, so that you can avoid an expensive vet bill down the road.
Of course, this isn’t an exhaustive list. Give your vet a call if you have any questions.
The problem with sugar-free gum is that it contains xylitol, a calorie-free sweetener that can cause severe blood sugar crashes in dogs, which may lead to a seizure within 30 minutes.
Xylitol is also found in many other products, including some nut butters.