Can Dogs Eat Mcdonalds Chicken Nuggets? When it is or isn’t an Emergency

Eating a small amount of McDonald’s chicken nuggets is unlikely to make your dog sick but it will have long-term implications if you allow your dog to eat it on a regular basis.

Processed meat, in general, is not good for your dog’s health and there is no way of truly knowing what goes inside the processed meat for McDonald’s chicken nuggets. One article suggests that there is more fat and filler than actual meat.

There’s also the batter and frying oil to worry about. You should avoid letting your dog eat anything that’s fried. Dogs that eat too many McDonald’s chicken nuggets are likely to suffer from stomach upsets. Longer-term, you also increase the risk of dogs suffering from serious health conditions like pancreatitis.

If your dog accidentally ate the whole box of chicken nuggets then observe him carefully for the next day or two. A trip to the vet might be necessary if the dog starts to show several concerning symptoms like excessive diarrhea and vomiting. Processed meat in general is not good for a dog’s long-term health. Find out what other human foods make our list of food that is or isn’t safe for pets.

Disclaimer: The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional veterinarian advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of a veterinarian when in doubt.


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