Avoid Feeding Your Dog Battered Fish

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Letting your dog eat fish from time to time can be healthy for a dog’s diet but letting them eat battered fish is a different story. The first and most important reason to not let your dog eat battered fish is due to a recipe potentially containing toxic ingredients.

Some battered fish recipes, for example, may contain ingredients like garlic powder which dogs should be kept away from. Battered fish is also going to contain a decent amount of oil and fat, which will be problematic for a dog’s stomach.

A small amount of battered fish is unlikely to hurt your dog but anything more might introduce problems to a dog’s health. If you suspect that your dog ate a large amount of battered fish then a call to the vet might be necessary as a safety precaution. Want to know what else you shouldn’t let your dog eat aside from battered fish? Our human food database has it covered!


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