It’s Best to Not Let Your Dog Eat Blue Cheese

Blue Cheese

It’s always best to stay on the safe side when it comes to dog and dairy-based products. Some types of cheese may be safe for dogs to eat in limited amounts but this doesn’t necessarily apply to blue cheese, which could be dangerous to dogs due to the fungus used to make the cheese.

Some types of blue cheese may use a fungus that also produces a substance called roquefortine C. Dogs can be highly sensitive to this substance and it may lead to the development of symptoms like vomiting, panting, and muscle tremors if a dog ingests it.

Like any dairy products, blue cheese also contains a bit of lactose, which many dogs have intolerance towards. We would make sure that a piece of blue cheese is never in your dog’s reach.

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