The dangers of chocolate and cocoa for dogs. These treats contain theobromine, which can be toxic and affect your pup's heart and nervous system.
The risk of xylitol, a common sweetener, in candies and baked goods. Xylitol consumption can lead to low blood sugar and liver failure in dogs.
Know why grapes and raisins should be kept away from dogs. Even a small amount can cause kidney failure in some canines.
The potential toxicity of onions and garlic. These ingredients can damage a dog's red blood cells and lead to anemia.
The dangers of alcohol consumption by dogs. Even a small amount can cause intoxication, leading to vomiting and coordination problems.
Be cautious about giving bones or fatty foods to your dog. Bones can splinter and cause choking or digestive obstructions, while fatty foods may trigger pancreatitis.
Dog-friendly holiday treats. Offer safe alternatives like plain cooked meat or dog-specific treats to include your pup in the celebrations.