Dog Food Safety
Dog ate ribeye bones
Dogs can be given ribeye bones as long as the dog owner remembers a couple of safety conditions.
Dog ate sugar cane
Here are the reasons why we would avoid letting your dog eat or chew sugar cane.
Dog ate starburst candies
Here are the reasons why you shouldn’t ever allow your dog to eat Starburst candies.
Dog drank oat milk
Most dogs should be fine with having oat milk as long as it’s in moderation. Here are some safety precautions dogs should take.
Dog ate uncooked chicken bone
Here are the reasons why it’s dangerous to let your dog eat uncooked (raw) chicken bone.
Dog ate powdered donuts
Here are the reasons why you shouldn’t let your dog eat powdered donuts.
Dog ate yellow bell peppers
It’s safe for most dogs to eat yellow pepper as long as it’s in moderation.
Dog ate shrimp tails
Shrimp tails aren’t toxic to dogs but they may pose other safety hazards. Here are a few that dog owners should be aware of.
Dog ate sauerkraut
Here are the reasons why we wouldn’t let dogs eat sauerkraut. It’s unlikely to be good for your dog’s health.
Dog ate soy sauce
Here are the reasons why you shouldn’t ever let your dog eat soy sauce or any cooked foods that use a good amount of it.
Dog ate jasmine rice
Jasmine rice is considered safe for most dogs as long as it’s given in moderation. Here are some tips on letting your dog eat jasmine rice.
Dog ate dry pasta
In most cases, a small amount of dry pasta is okay for dogs to eat. Here are situations when it might not be okay.
Dogs with chicken allergies eating duck meat
It might be possible for dogs with chicken allergies to eat duck meat as an alternative.
Dog ate doritos nacho cheese
Here are the reasons why you shouldn’t ever let your dog eat processed chips like Doritos Nacho Cheese.
Dogs eating cool ranch doritos
Here are the reasons why you shouldn’t let your dog eat cool ranch doritos.
Dog ate dry-roasted peanuts
It should be safe for most dogs to eat dry-roasted peanuts as a treat as long as it’s given in moderation.