Animal Medical Center in Phoenix: 4 Foods that can Poison Your Dog
By : Phineas Gray Category : Animals & Nature
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When it comes to taking a pet to the Animal Medical Center in Phoenix, many people feel that they only need to go for vaccines and regular checkups. What pet owners fail to realize is that there is a lot of information you can get from taking your pet to the medical center. For example, did you know that there are actually certain human foods that can poison your canine companion?

Many pet owners have no idea that feeding your dog some of the foods below could land you in the Animal Medical Center in Phoenix for more than just a checkup.

Grapes and Raisins

You will want to keep grapes and raisins out of the reach of your dog. They have actually been linked to kidney failure and can be fatal in even small doses. If you must give your dog human snacks, stick to raw carrots and frozen green beans instead.

Avocados

A substance in avocados called persin is considered toxic to your pooch. So you will want to keep the guacamole dip to yourself on football Sunday. Get your pooch some healthy doggie treats instead to dole out during the game.

Onions and Garlic

Onions come in many different forms, but all of them can be poisonous to your pet. You should avoid giving your dog any form of onions, garlic, or any foods that contain heavy amounts of either.

Chocolate

This poison to dogs is one that is more commonly known than the others are. This includes every form of chocolate, from the white kind to the dark kind. Simply put, you should never, ever let your dog have chocolate no matter how much he begs.

Signs of Poisoning

If your dog is vomiting, panting rapidly, drinking more water than usual, or is unresponsive, it is possible that they have been poisoned. You should get them to the vet right away.

These are just a few foods that can poison your canine friend that you will want to stay away from. From chocolate to garlic and onions, it is best to be safe than to be extremely sorry later. You can visit Companionanimalcare.com for more information.  




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