Dogs Shouldn’t be Eating Cinnamon Rolls

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Dogs shouldn’t be eating any sweet baked goods like cinnamon rolls. Cinnamon itself isn’t considered toxic to dogs but there are likely to be other ingredients in the roll that could be harmful to canines. Raisins and macadamia nuts, for example, are popular ingredients used in cinnamon rolls and they are definitely toxic to dogs.

Even the cinnamon roll wasn’t to contain any toxic ingredients or additives, the large amount of sugar, fat, and calories won’t do your dog any favor. In the short-term, dogs that eat too many cinnamon rolls may end up with temporary digestive symptoms like diarrhea. In the long-term, dogs that eat too many fatty foods are at higher risk of developing serious health conditions like pancreatitis.

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