dog-toxic foods you may not know

Alliums like garlic can kill dogs because thiosulfate attacks red blood cells. It takes a lot of garlic to poison Akitas and Shiba Inus, but they are sensitive.

Persin, a fungicidal toxin, makes avocados toxic to many species, not only dogs. Although only high dosages of poison are dangerous, even moderate symptoms like vomiting and diarrhea should be avoided, as well as big pits that can choke.

Eating unbaked bread dough can kill your dog because the developing yeast quickly enters the bloodstream and creates enough ethanol to induce alcohol poisoning. 

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One of the most prevalent canine poisons is chocolate. Theobromine, an alkaloid, causes cardiac arrhythmias and CNS impairment in dogs.

Oxalic acid in rhubarb pies can induce renal failure in dogs, despite its popularity. The chemical forms urine crystals and can shut down the kidneys. Drooling, vomiting, diarrhea, tremors, bloody urine, thirst changes, and other symptoms may indicate rhubarb poisoning.

Oranges are OK for dogs, but citrus oil—often used medicinally—is not. Because of its insecticidal effects, the oil can induce liver failure in dogs.

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