Most dogs will happily chow down on human food, whether you give them a treat or they sneakily steal something off the counter. But some foods can be bad or even dangerous for your dog’s health. Here are common foods they can eat and ones you should be cautious letting about your dog ingest.
The infographic below outlines foods that fine for dogs, okay in moderation, not recommended, and those you definitely should stay away from. The safe foods aren’t that surprising and are often used in recipes for homemade dog food, like meat, carrots, and rice.
Foods better in moderation, like cheese or hot dogs, may be best saved for use as an extra special treat — just as you wouldn’t eat junk food for every meal yourself. And there are some foods like chocolate or gum that you should never give to your dog. This list isn’t exhaustive, and some dogs have more sensitive stomachs than others, so if you’re unsure about the foods, check with your vet.
[referenced url=”https://www.lifehacker.com.au/2017/03/all-the-foods-that-are-toxic-to-dogs/” thumb=”https://www.lifehacker.com.au/wp-content/uploads/sites/4/2017/03/Donut-410×231.jpg” title=”25 Foods You Should Never Feed To Your Dogs” excerpt=”Most people know not to feed chocolate to dogs. But did you know many other common foods in your fridge and larder are equally poisonous to canines? Everything from orange peel to toothpaste has the potential to make your dog seriously ill – in the wrong circumstances, it could even kill them. With that in mind, here are 25 everyday foodstuffs and other consumables that you should avoid feeding to your dog at all costs.”]
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This article has been updated since its original publication.
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