Many people consider their pet as a member of the family, to the point of pampering them with human foods. Now it is known that those harmless little tastes are not so much.
Previously, the dog was fed the leftovers of the day's meal without his masters knowing how much damage these foods could cause him. Even today, when the most common option is croquettes, studies warn us about foods that can be deadly.
Chocolate is one of the most harmful foods for a dog, as it contains a substance called theobromine that takes a long time to metabolize and, depending on the amount ingested, causes nervousness, vomiting, abdominal pain, muscle tremors and a low heartbeat. from the heart.
When a dog is a puppy it feeds on breast milk and that is why many of us think that nothing happens if our pet drinks the same milk as us, which is completely false since dogs are lactose intolerant and do not have the enzymes needed to digest it.
3. Onion and garlic
Onions and garlic are foods that cause damage to our pet's red blood cells, causing them to lack oxygen and anemia, as well as causing liver damage, dermatitis and discoloration in the urine. In the most severe cases our dog may require a blood transfusion.
Although surprising, bones are a food that can do much damage to our pet, from broken teeth, oral injuries, to drowning to be stuck in the stomach or trachea. That's why it's better to pamper our pets with croquettes or carnazas.
The seeds of grapes can cause intoxication in our pets, that's why it's better to avoid these foods.
6. Ham and salted meats
Foods such as ham, bacon, sausage, among others, are rich in fat which can cause serious problems of obesity in our pet, as well as stomach problems and even pancreatitis.
Like chocolate, coffee contains methylxanthine, a stimulant in the nervous system of our pet, causing vomiting, diarrhea, restlessness, excessive thirst, hyperactivity, gasping and even death.
Avocado is a high fat food that also contains a toxin called persin, extremely harmful to our pet, which can cause upset stomach, difficulty breathing and fluid accumulation in the chest.
Alcohol causes intoxication in our pets very quickly, which makes them aggressive and nervous. In addition to causing a fall in the central nervous system, cardiac and respiratory.
Raisins cause kidney damage in our pet and lead to kidney failure. It depends on the age of our pet the greater the damage will be.