Dog Food Safety

Dog ate duck egg

Duck eggs aren’t any different to eggs from other birds like chickens and quails. It’s fine for dogs to eat as long as it’s in moderation.

Dogs with itchy skin eating eggs

Here are the reasons why you must be careful with using home remedies like raw eggs to dogs with itchy skin.

Dog ate quail eggs

Quail eggs can make a healthy treat for dogs as long as they are given in moderation.

Dog ate elderberries

Certain parts of the elderberry contain substances that are toxic to dogs.

Dog ate expired meat

Dogs shouldn’t be allowed to eat expired or spoiled meat for the following health reasons.

Dog ate croutons

Here are some important reasons why you shouldn’t be feeding your croutons, even if it’s a small amount.

Dog ate daisies

Here are the reasons why you shouldn’t let your dog get close to flowers like daisies.

Dog eating deer antlers

Yes, dogs can chew and eat deer antlers although they should only allowed to under supervision.

Dog ate cupcakes

Here are the steps you should take if your dog accidentally takes a bite of the cupcake.

Dog ate crab sticks

Crab sticks aren’t considered toxic to dogs but we wouldn’t recommend letting your dog eat them. Here’s why.

Dogs eating dates

Here are some things to watch out for when you feed your dog dates.

Dog ate cranberries

It’s safe for most dogs to eat cranberries as long as it’s in small quantities.

Dog ate cotton candy

Here are the reasons why you shouldn’t ever let your dog eat cotton candy.

Dog ate coleslaw

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

Dogs eating lemon

Here are the reasons why you shouldn’t let your dog eat lemon.

Dog ate crimini mushrooms

Store-bought mushrooms, like crimini mushrooms, are safe for dogs to eat in moderation. Learn more about safety tips.

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