Xylitol: You can not eat
Dogs should never consume xylitol.
It is a sugar substitute that is often found in sweets, chewing gums, baked goods and toothpastes. When dogs consume xylitol, this can lead to a sharp drop in blood sugar and symptoms such as muscle weakness and convulsions.
The effects of xylitol in dogs can lead to more serious complications such as liver damage and even death.
Coconut: you can eat
Coconut is safe for dogs to eat.
Additionally, feeding coconut or coconut oil to dogs as an occasional treatment has been anecdotally considered beneficial to their skin and fur.
It is important to remember that coconut oil has a high fat and calorie content, and therefore it is best to consume it in moderation by dogs to avoid weight gain. Depending on the size of the dog, a quarter of a teaspoon to 1 spoon a day is the right serving.
Alcohol: you can not eat
Dogs should never consume alcohol.
Consuming even small amounts of this product can lead to ethanol poisoning in dogs. Causes tiredness, lack of coordination, convulsions, vomiting and diarrhea.
If a dog consumes too much alcohol, it can cause more severe symptoms such as heart attack, lung failure, coma and even death.
Products containing alcohol, such as alcoholic beverages, perfumes, mouthwashes and cleansers should always be kept away from the dog.
Pork: you can eat
Boiled pork without added spices, condiments or sauces is safe for dogs to eat.
However, never feed the dog with raw or undercooked pork to prevent a bacterial infection that can cause the dog to become ill.
In addition, processed forms of pork, such as ham and bacon, should never be served to dogs. They are often very rich in salt, which can be harmful to dogs.
Cinnamon is non-toxic to dogs, but should be limited in the diet of your dog.
If dogs consume cinnamon in large quantities, it can irritate their mouth and digestive system. In addition, if your dog inhales cinnamon powder, it can cause coughing, strangulation and difficulty in breathing.
Even food that contains cinnamon as an ingredient, such as baked goods, can lead to undesirable effects if your dog consumes too much of it.
Mango: you can eat
Dogs can eat mango as an occasional feast.
Mango is very healthy for dogs in small quantities, because they provide many vitamins and minerals, as well as a lot of fiber.
Before you feed your mango dog, make sure you peel it, because the skin may be difficult to digest. In addition, the bottom should be removed to prevent choking.
Nutmeg: You can not eat
Nutmeg is not safe for dogs to eat.
This is because the nutmeg contains myristicin, a compound that is toxic to dogs when consumed in large quantities. May cause confusion, accelerated heart rate, high blood pressure, dry mouth, abdominal pain and seizures.
You should keep the nutmeg outside the reach of your dog and prevent him from eating baked goods and other foods containing nutmeg.
In limited quantities, only feed the dog with honey.
Honey has a high sugar content that can add calories and contribute to weight gain if your dog eats too much.
If you want to feed your honey with your dog from time to time as a delicacy, it's best to supply it with a very small amount.
You should prevent your dog from eating too much milk.
Lactose intolerance is common in dogs, which can cause loose stools, gas, vomiting, abdominal pain and diarrhea
Some dogs are able to tolerate small amounts of milk as an occasional feast, but they should not drink more than a few tablespoons of milk per day.
Turkey: you can eat
Most dogs are able to eat an ordinary turkey without adverse effects.
However, you should avoid giving your dog a turkey that has been seasoned and stuffed to prevent him from eating potentially harmful ingredients such as onions and garlic.
In addition, your dog should eat only turkey, which is boneless and without skin.