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Cashews: limit

You should limit the intake of a kidney dog.

Normal, unsalted and roasted cashew nuts are safe for most dogs to eat in moderation. However, cashew nuts are rich in fat and calories and can lead to weight gain and pancreatitis when consumed in excess .

For these reasons, you should limit your dog's intake to one or two cashews a day or less.

Macadamia nuts: You can not eat

Dogs should never eat macadamia nuts.

Macadamia nuts contain an unknown toxin that can lead to vomiting, muscle weakness, tremor, hyperthermia and depression when dogs consume it, even in small amounts (20).

In addition, macadamia nuts have a high fat content, which can increase the level of triglycerides in a dog and potentially lead to pancreatitis.

Almonds: limit

It's best to reduce the almonds in your dog's diet.

Although ordinary, unsalted almonds are generally safe for dogs to eat in small amounts, they are difficult to digest by dogs and can lead to vomiting and diarrhea.

Almonds also have a high fat and calorie content and can cause weight gain and pancreatitis in dogs. If you feed your dog almonds, it is best to give very small portions .

Pineapple: you can eat

Fresh pineapple is safe for dogs to eat in small quantities.

In addition, pineapple is full of many vitamins, minerals and fiber, making it a great snack for your dog.

As with other foods, dogs may experience symptoms such as nausea and diarrhea if they eat too much pineapple. Therefore, it is best to feed the dog with a small amount of pineapple at a time.

Onions: You can not eat

You should never feed your onion.

Onions contain N-propyl disulphide, a toxic compound for dogs. It can damage your dog's red blood cells, reducing the body's ability to carry oxygen. Often, this causes a condition called anemia.

Anemia in dogs is characterized by various symptoms, such as lethargy, weakness, decreased appetite and fainting. In severe cases, dogs with anemia may need a blood transfusion.

It is important to remember that all ingredients and forms of onions are toxic to dogs, even leaves, juices and processed powders, such as onion powder.

Watermelon: you can eat

Watermelon is safe for dogs to eat, as long as it does not contain skins or seeds.

Watermelon seeds and seeds can be a choking hazard and some people say they can cause digestive problems in dogs.

However, the watermelon fruit itself is a very healthy dog ​​food because it has low caloric content and is rich in nutrients such as vitamin A and vitamin C .

Cottage cheese: limit

Dogs can eat small amounts of curd.

However, some dogs may experience digestive problems, such as nausea and diarrhea, after eating curd.

For these reasons, you should limit the intake of your dog's quark to one or two small spoons a day or less.

Bread: you can eat

Normal white or wholemeal bread is safe for most dogs to eat as an occasional feast.

Before serving bread for your dog, make sure that it does not contain any additional ingredients, such as raisins, which can be potentially harmful.

Also remember that bread, along with other foods, adds extra calories to your diet and can cause weight gain if you eat too much.

Blackberries: you can eat

You can feed your blackberries safely.

Fresh or frozen blackberries are a healthy meal for dogs. They are low in calories and rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. In addition, blackberries are an excellent source of fiber.

If your dog likes blackberries, you can feed him several times a day.


Avocado: you can not eat

Avocado should never be consumed by dogs.

This is because they contain a toxin called Persia, which is known to be very poisonous for dogs. It can lead to fluid accumulation in the lungs and chest, which can cause breathing difficulties, oxygen deprivation and even death.

Persian occurs in all parts of avocados, including fruit, seeds, leaves and bark. Therefore, always keep the avocado away from the dog.