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    Of course I realize I'm now off topic. But just to follow up on my previous comment I have been trying to feed my babies more fresh cooked meals, avoiding grains and such. They are Scottish Terriers so they have a horrible predisposition for skin allergies, liver disease and several other metabolic disorders. I lost my oldest "baby" to this a couple years ago and now my 2nd oldest has liver disease so thought I'd try changing things I had control over) Anyway, I digress.While researching I found the article and made a list of the ordinary foods that are toxic for dogs that surprised me. I'm sure many of you know many more. I can't find the exact article but it was on Askavet.com. I also double checked on petpoisonhotline.comFRUIT:Grapes and RaisinsApricots-Fresh and DriedAvoca...see more »Of course I realize I'm now off topic. But just to follow up on my previous comment I have been trying to feed my babies more fresh cooked meals, avoiding grains and such. They are Scottish Terriers so they have a horrible predisposition for skin allergies, liver disease and several other metabolic disorders. I lost my oldest "baby" to this a couple years ago and now my 2nd oldest has liver disease so thought I'd try changing things I had control over) Anyway, I digress.While researching I found the article and made a list of the ordinary foods that are toxic for dogs that surprised me. I'm sure many of you know many more. I can't find the exact article but it was on Askavet.com. I also double checked on petpoisonhotline.comFRUIT:Grapes and RaisinsApricots-Fresh and DriedAvocadoCurrantsCherriesPeach pitsVEGETABLES:Onions (includes onion salt, powder- cooked or uncooked) Also includes all onion types-white, yellow, green, wild doesn't matter any form of onion Garlic (including garlic salt/powder)LeeksShallotsChivesUnripe tomatoes and tomato plantsMushroomsPotatoes (Raw or Green)MISC:Moldy Food (Bleu Cheese and other aged cheese)Bread DoughPlay DoughSaltXylitol

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