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Those are all ok as far as I know but I owuld avoid allowing him to eat apple seeds. I heard too many can make them sick.

Also do not feed grapes or raisins. Too many is fatal for a dog.

I give fruit to my dogs but only very small amounts. Too much can cause diahhrea.

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Be careful not to give too much fruit if he has any kind of yeast problems with his skin. The sugar in fruit can really impound the problem. A little is probably fine because of all the great vitamins and enzymes but just don't over do it. Also, I read that citrus can cause stomache irritation so watch out for that. My dogs love any kind of melon!


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Alcoholic beverages
Avocados (leaves, seeds, skin, stem)
Chocolate (theobromine) (baker's, semi-sweet, milk, dark) (see more on
Chocolate Toxicity below)
Cola drinks
Hops (used in home beer brewing)
Macadamia nuts
Moldy foods
Onions, onion powder
Potato leaves and stems, or sprouted potatoes (green parts)
Rhubarb leaves
Tomato leaves and stems (green parts)
Yeast Dough

Chocolate Toxicity in Dogs:

Chart of toxicity by chocolate type and dog weight:

Comprehensive look at types of chocolate and toxicity by weight:

Theobromine is what makes chocolate toxic:

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Blueberries they like too. But you can also give them some vegetables like carrots raw, zuchini raw, parsley which is good to help with the digestive system. Also plain non fat yogurts, and for diahhrea you can give them a tablespoon of canned pumpkin in their food NOT the pilling the pure pumpkin it will say 100% pumpkin and it will be the only ingrediant in it. There are a lot of things you can give them but don't over do it with anything

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I wonder why onions are on the list...what would they do... only reason why I am asking is cause Titus got ahold of a good chunk of onion that fell off the cutting board the other day, it took me like 5 minutes to get it away from the little bugger by then it was all mushed up and partly chewed... he loved the darn thing! Crazy dog!!
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