Don’t Let Your Dog Eat Corn Husks

Corn husks aren’t considered toxic to dogs but they could be dangerous in other ways. The main problem with corn husks is the fact that they aren’t the easiest for dogs to digest. Dogs that swallow large pieces of corn husks are likely to suffer from stomach upsets. In worst-case scenarios, the corn husks may also pose a choking or obstruction risk.

In the event that the corn husks do become an obstruction along the dog’s digestive tract, it’s likely that your dog will start to show a variety of symptoms, including vomiting, constipation, and the loss of appetite. A trip to the vet might potentially be necessary if your dog doesn’t show any signs of getting better after a few hours.

Please make sure to keep corn husks out of the dog’s reach. You can let the dog eat a few corn kernels as an occasional treat but the same rules don’t apply to the husk and cob. Find out what else dogs should or shouldn’t eat by visiting our human dog for food database.

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