Food cooked and prepared by humans often contains too much oil and condiments. If the dog eats human food leftovers for a long time, it will not only cause obesity, but also cause various skin diseases, food allergies and nutrition. Defects and other problems will seriously damage the dog's health. As dogs grow with each passing year, various sequelae and diseases will follow. In fact, there are quite a lot of foods that dogs can’t eat. Let’s take a look together~
Scallions, garlic, leeks, onions
Onions, shallots, garlic, and leeks, these foods belong to the genus Allium in classification.
In addition to its pungent taste, allium food also contains sulfur dioxide, which can easily cause the red blood cells in the dog's body to rupture. Even if it is heated and processed into mud, it cannot decompose this chemical substance.
Just eating a little bit of onion, shallots, garlic or leeks can cause anemia, shortness of breath, and hematuria in the dog. Especially small dogs are more sensitive to this kind of food, so parents must be careful not to allow dogs to eat allium and garlic food!
Raw eggs contain large amounts of bacteria, which are also foods that dogs cannot eat. If they are given uncooked eggs, they will easily be infected with Salmonella or Escherichia coli.
In addition, raw protein contains an enzyme that inhibits the absorption of vitamin H, which can increase the risk of skin diseases in dogs and cause symptoms of malnutrition in dogs. However, boiled eggs contain high protein and other nutrients and are excellent snacks for dogs. Therefore, it is recommended that parents prepare the dog food when they are fully cooked before serving them!
Chocolate should be the food that most people know not to give to dogs, because chocolate contains theobromine and caffeine, which can damage the central nervous system of dogs and is a very fatal food for dogs. The higher the purity of the chocolate, the greater the harm to the dog. If a dog eats chocolate by mistake, he may experience vomiting, diarrhea, even convulsions, rapid heartbeat, and coma.
In addition, any foods that contain caffeine, such as hot cocoa, coffee, tea, cola, energy drinks, etc., are also foods and fruits that dogs cannot eat!
Recent studies have confirmed that grapes and raisins are deadly fruits to dogs, especially the grape seeds and grape skins are more toxic to dogs. Eating grapes can cause vomiting, diarrhea and other toxic reactions in dogs, which is more serious. It can even cause kidney failure and death.
Fruit seeds are usually hard to digest and can block the dog's esophagus and stomach. In addition, some fruit seeds are also toxic. For example, the seeds and pits of apples, cherries, peaches, plums, and apricots contain cyanide. If a dog eats by mistake, it will cause vomiting, breathing difficulties, coma and other poisoning symptoms.
Therefore, when feeding the dog fruit, in addition to cutting small pieces to prevent the dog from choking, it is also necessary to remove the seeds. If you store fruit with seeds in your home, please ask Mom and Dad to receive places where dogs can’t get them. Don’t let them eat them out of curiosity!
Do not feed broken bones (such as chicken bones), bone fragments may pierce the dog's throat, or cut the dog's mouth, esophagus, stomach or intestines. Asphyxiation Phenomenon White and blue gums Gasping Open mouth breathing Grasp the face Light and slow breathing Without consciousness, pupils dilate If you want to feed the bones, use a pressure cooker to cook the bones. Bone marrow is an excellent source of calcium, phosphorus, and copper intake. Chewing large bones can also help remove tartar.
Raw meat and poultry meat
Although dogs can hunt animals in the wild, their immune system cannot adapt to the poultry and meat raised by artificial science. The two most common toxins are Salmonella in poultry meat and Bacillus in meat.
Symptoms of Salmonella poisoning:
Poor appetite, high fever, diarrhea, diarrhea, dehydration, lower abdominal pain, depression, lack of energy
Symptoms of Bacillus poisoning:
Vomiting, stomach pain, diarrhea, severe bloody shock, paralysis
Therefore, it is still necessary to avoid feeding dogs raw meat, so as not to cause related problems~
Many dogs have lactose malaise. If your dog has symptoms such as farting, diarrhea, dehydration or skin inflammation after drinking milk, you should stop feeding milk. Dogs with lactose discomfort should consume lactose-free milk, either dog food or human food, but the ingredients eaten by humans may not fully meet the requirements of the dog's body.
But it is an exception for dog milk powder, because the ingredients are added for dogs, of course, you can also ask the veterinarian for the need for the dog~
Raw or cooked liver
A moderate amount of liver is good for dogs, but an overdose can cause problems. Because the liver contains a lot of vitamin A, it can cause vitamin A poisoning. About 3 chicken livers (or the corresponding amount of livers of other animals) a week can cause bone problems.
(Feeding is not recommended) The fat globules in pork are larger than other meats, which may block the capillaries of dogs. Avoid pork products, especially bacon with sodium nitrate.
The dog's body cannot metabolize alcohol, so whether it is beer or foreign wine, it will cause a burden on the dog's body and liver. The ethanol contained in alcohol may also cause the dog to appear poisoning and vomiting symptoms.
The frequently eaten hot pot, sesame oil chicken, and ginger duck will also be seasoned with alcohol. Don't feed it carelessly!
The kidneys of dogs with excessive salt cannot be loaded. So try not to feed dogs the food that humans eat. Most human foods have a lot of salt added, which is a big burden to the dog's body.
Almonds, plums, peaches, plums, loquats
The seeds of these fruits contain cyanide, which can cause lower abdominal pain, diarrhea, vomiting and other symptoms when eaten.
Fresh raw pineapple contains alkaloids and pineapple protein, which may cause allergies to children, so it is not recommended.
Cherries, carambola, kiwi
Cherries, kiwifruit, and starfruit have high mineral sodium and potassium content. Eating too much is likely to cause a burden on the dog’s kidneys. A small amount is recommended.