According to the World Wide Web, many foods are delicious for humans, but they may become dangerous for dogs.
When it comes to food that dogs can’t eat, many people think of onions and chocolates, but the food that is very dangerous for dogs is far more than that.
Next, Japan Livedoor News Network will introduce you to some dangerous food like this.
There are many parasites on raw pork, so it may cause diseases such as toxoplasmosis, pneumonia, and hepatitis.
Crabs, shrimps, etc. crustaceans
Canned tuna is often seen in dog food, so some people will think that many dogs like seafood. However, crustaceans such as crabs and shrimp contain thiaminase, which destroys vitamin B1, causing vomiting and diarrhea in dogs.
Sausage ham and other processed meat
Processed meat contains high levels of salt and calories. If consumed for a long time, it will increase the burden on the kidneys, liver, and heart.
Grapes and raisins
Although the specific reasons are unknown, grapes and raisins can cause symptoms such as abdominal pain, diarrhea, vomiting, and kidney dysfunction.
Nuts such as peanuts and macadamia nuts
Like grapes, although the specific cause is unknown, nut foods contain toxins that can damage the moving organs, which can cause muscle pain and swelling.
Xylitol contained in chewing gum can cause symptoms of hypoglycemia in dogs, and eating too much can even lead to death.
Because dogs can’t digest the seeds of fruits, they can cause intestinal blockage after eating. Also, the seeds of plum, apricot, peach, and alfalfa contain substances that are toxic to dogs and require special attention.
Dried squid will expand when it enters the intestines and sometimes expands to more than ten times. Dogs can’t vomit or digest the swollen dried squid, which is life-threatening.
Since the examples listed above are all foods that humans love, they will not be taken seriously even if they are accidentally eaten by dogs. However, sometimes things that humans love to eat may be fatal to dogs. Therefore, you must pay more attention to your life and be optimistic about your dog.