The recent fear of dog food has made many dog owners nervous, not knowing what to do to protect their pet from potential future dog food contamination problems. https://uscsc.org/best-dog-foods/
The recent fear of dog food has made many dog owners nervous, not knowing what to do to protect their pet from potential future dog food contamination problems.
So what's the best option - take a chance and keep feeding your dog commercial dog food? Make homemade dog food and treats? Or maybe feed the leftovers from your dog's table?
The worst thing you can do is feed the leftovers from your dog's table. Your dog will love the taste of his leftovers and may think that what he is eating is healthy for you, it should also be healthy for your dog. But, foods that are good for us can be just as dangerous as contaminated commercial dog foods for your dog.
A single piece of chocolate can cause seizures, coma, and death. Even a small piece of chocolate is dangerous.
Anything that contains caffeine, including ground coffee, tea, and tea bags, can have a similar effect and be as dangerous as chocolate.
Raisins and raisins can cause kidney failure, even a single serving of raisins can kill your dog.
Excess salt intake can also cause kidney problems.
Onions can cause anemia by destroying red blood cells.
Avocados are also very toxic and can cause breathing problems and a buildup of fluid around the abdomen, chest and heart.
If you are feeding your dog's bones, make sure they are raw as cooked bones can break and damage their internal organs.
Too much fat can cause pancreatitis, so it's not advisable to feed your dog a fatty diet.
Fried foods also fall into this category and are not good if you want to maintain excellent health in your dog.
Certain nuts, such as macadamia and walnuts, can cause weakness and muscle tremors.
However, peanut butter is generally fine, as long as you use peanut butter without salt or sugar, since sugar can stimulate cancer growth.
The hearts and bones of fruits, such as cherries and apple peaches, contain cyanide, which is toxic to and can kill dogs.
within 24 hours, without notice.
When in doubt, do not feed your dog the food he eats, assuming it is correct.
So what is the best option to meet the nutritional needs of our dog in these times of fear?
For most people, it is not reasonable to feed their dog homemade dog food with each meal. It takes time to prepare homemade treats and dog food, and with our busy lives, most people will not have this time.
I think the best solution is to feed your dog with good quality commercial dog food and supplement it with dog treats and homemade dog food. If you can feed your dog treats and homemade dog food about 50% of the time, it is likely that your dog will live longer and healthier.
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