Dog Food Safety

Dog ate honey

Here are the reasons why dogs shouldn’t eat a large amount of honey despite it not being toxic to them.

Dog ate rice

Here are the reasons why dogs can eat rice in moderation.

Dog ate ice cream

Here are the reasons why we wouldn’t let your dog eat ice cream.

Dog ate plain yogurt

Here are some safety precautions to follow when you let your dog eat plain yogurt.

Dog ate sweet potatoes

Find out if it’s safe for dogs to eat sweet potato.

Dog ate ham

Here are the reasons why we wouldn’t let your dog eat ham (cooked or raw).

Dog ate pork

Here are some safety considerations when feeding your dog pork.

Dog ate tuna

Tuna isn’t toxic to dogs so it’s something that dogs can eat in moderation. That said, there are safer alternatives when it comes to feeding fish to dogs.

Dog ate garlic

Here are the reasons that make garlic one of the most dangerous food ingredients for dogs.

Dog ate nuts

Here are the reasons you need to be careful when feeding nuts to dogs.

Dog ate green peas

Here are the reasons why peas can be deceivingly unsafe for dogs.

Dog ate pears

Pears can make a healthy snack for dogs as long as it’s fed in moderation. Here are some additional things to know about pears.

Dogs eating onions

Onions are one of the most dangerous human foods for dogs. This also includes any other human foods that may include onions as an ingredient.

Dog ate raspberries

Raspberries are one of many juicy fruits that are safe to feed to dogs as long as it’s done in moderation.

Dog ate peanut butter

Peanut butter these days comes in many varieties. Some are safe for dogs to eat in moderation, while others can be toxic.

Dog ate peaches

Fresh peaches are one of many fruits dogs can enjoy as long as it’s given in moderation.

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