Avoid Letting Your Dog Eat or Chew Sugar Cane
Plain sugar cane is not considered toxic to dogs but that doesn’t mean you should be letting your dog eat or chew it at will. There are other forms of risks that sugar canes, especially the raw sticks, could introduce to dogs. Here are a few to consider.
The first risk to consider is the amount of sugar a dog would consume from eating sugar canes. Sugarcane juice, for example, contains around 73 grams of sugar per 100 grams of juice. That can be quite a lot of sugar for a dog and any furry pal that eats too many sugar cane in one sitting may end up with temporary stomach problems.
The other risk is the possibility of creating obstruction. Sugar cane sticks have a tough texture so dogs, especially small ones, that chew and swallow large pieces of sugar canes may end up with obstructions in their intestinal tract. This could be avoided with some preparation ahead of item. If you want to give your dog some natural sugar cane then you can tear the sticks into tiny pieces and give your dog a small amount to enjoy on limited occasions.