7 Dog-Unfriendly Foods

Theobromine is nontoxic to humans but hazardous to dogs in chocolate. All chocolate contains it, although dark and baking chocolate have the most. Vomiting, diarrhea, and extreme thirst might result.

Dogs can get pancreatitis from bacon, ham, and trimmings. Due to their high salt content, these meats can create upset stomachs and, in severe situations, force dogs to drink too much water, causing lethal bloat.

Blackheads and pimples can result from not removing makeup before bed. Styes and dangerous skin infections can result from left-on eye makeup, threatening blindness.

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 This smelly mixture is hazardous for pets. If eaten in large amounts, they can kill a dog's red blood cells, causing anemia. This is problematic since a modest amount may not hurt.

Many dogs are lactose intolerant because they lack the enzyme to break down milk sugar. Dogs can have diarrhea, vomiting, or GI illnesses from dairy.

A contentious issue. Vets say raw meat diets improve skin, coats, teeth, and digestion. For dogs, some physicians recommend boiling raw food to remove germs and parasites.

Doing so raises athlete's foot and ringworm risk. These disorders can be difficult to treat and cause secondary infections, such athlete's foot.

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