A Good Dog Diet Is Essential To A Healthy, Happy Dog

French Bulldog Is Concerned About His Dog Diet

Is Your Dog Diet Healthy Enough?

Most people think that they can feed their dog anything and it is okay; this notion, however, is far from the truth. When selecting a proper Dog Food, it's good to know exactly what you are feeding to your dog. Some dogs may require a different formula of food than others. Certain Dog Breeds eat less food than others and can have a food dish out all the time. Other types of dogs cannot do this. Some dogs will continue to eat food if you leave it out for them.

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Is It Okay To Feed Your Dog 'People Food'?

There are certain recommendations when it comes to feeding your dog the same food that you eat. Sometimes your dog will be under the dinner table and will want a little taste of your leftovers. In moderation, this can be okay. However, if you become irresponsible and this becomes a regular occurrence, your dog may become unhealthy.

Feeding your dog from the table is habit forming. This is can be detrimental to your Dog Training routine. Your dog may beg more often if you are continuously feeding them from the table. Most regular people food can be harmful or even fatal to your dog. Avoid the following foods at all costs to ensure proper Dog Health.


Harmful Foods For Your Dog

Avocados - Toxic. Causes breathing disorders and pancreatitis.

Caffeine - Can cause vomiting, restlessness, heart palpitations, and even death.

Chocolate - Known to cause seizures, comas, and death.

Cooked Bones - May destroy your dog's internal organs.

Dairy Food - Causes diarrhea and gas. Has been known to cause pancreatitis.

Diet Products - Can cause a drop in blood pressure.


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Fruit Seeds - Seeds can be poisonous because they contain cyanide.

Grapes - Known to cause kidney failure.

Ham - Can cause pancreatitis.

Liver - May cause vitamin A deficiency.

Macadamia Nuts -Can cause paralysis and muscle tremors.

Nutmeg - Causes seizures, tremors, and death.

Onions - May cause anemia, discolored urine, liver damage, vomiting, and diarrhea.

Raw Egg Whites - Known to cause biotin depletion.

Salt - May cause your dog too drink too much water and become bloated.

Tomatoes - Cause heart arrhythmia and tremors.

Vegetables - Most dogs have a hard time digesting vegetables.

Walnuts - Can be poisonous to some dogs.

Wild Mushrooms - Known to be poisonous and cause kidney and liver damage.

Last Updated: January 25th, 2008

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