Dogs Shouldn’t be Allowed to Eat Baked Beans

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Unfortunately, breakfast delights like baked beans should be kept away from dogs. It’s not so much the beans that are problematic for a dog’s health, it’s the other ingredients used in baked beans that could be potentially toxic to dogs.

For example, many baked beans (especially store-bought) use ingredients that are unsafe for dogs, including mustard and onion. Baked beans may also contain other ingredients that will disrupt a dog’s stomach if they are ingested in large amounts. This may include bacon, sugar, and ketchup.

Dogs that are fed baked beans on a regular basis, even if it’s a small amount, are at risk of developing serious health conditions like pancreatitis and obesity so please make sure to keep such foods away from your dog’s reach. Aside from baked beans, there are other unsafe foods that dogs should not be given.


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