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What NOT to feed your dog Answered

Here is a list of Food You Should Not Feed your Dog

My dog has been a bit sick lately, and vomiting frequently. I just noticed that us feeding him some of these foods from time to time may have helped cause that....

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Mothys
Mothys

10 years ago

chocolate?

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alfpwns
alfpwns

11 years ago

DOGGY!

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tech-king
tech-king

11 years ago

why do they need to put pot on that list? are people that dumb?

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Yerboogieman
Yerboogieman

Reply 11 years ago

there has been no recorded deaths from marajuana, that does not count car crashes and other drugs, including cigarettes (which is a drug by the way). my brother rented this movie that said that. some random things that you remember are weird huh? i dont smoke weed btw, never wanted to.

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Keith-Kid
Keith-Kid

Reply 11 years ago

Hey, it could happen.....they just stare at you with those big beady eyes and that sad look! They want some fun too!

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tech-king
tech-king

Reply 11 years ago

i wonder about tobaco...

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Big Bwana
Big Bwana

Reply 11 years ago

Yep it is also toxic, and it honestly doesn't take that much to kill a human....

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Lithium Rain
Lithium Rain

Reply 11 years ago

Apparently.

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Gjdj3
Gjdj3

Reply 11 years ago

I once thought people were smart. Then I saw this.

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Big Bwana
Big Bwana

Reply 11 years ago

tech-king, don't ever, and I mean ever underestimate the potential power of an Idiot, They will amaze you, if you though some thing like giving a dog pot was idiot proof, they will just invent a bigger idiot.....

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Sunny124613
Sunny124613

11 years ago

yah and you can tfeed your dogs grapes!!

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Gjdj3
Gjdj3

11 years ago

Your dog looks awesome! I hope he feels better soon.

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Keith-Kid
Keith-Kid

Reply 11 years ago

Why thank you! He got better. (This was a month ago you see) ;)

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Gjdj3
Gjdj3

Reply 11 years ago

Ah, now I do see.

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NachoMahma
NachoMahma

11 years ago

. One correction to the chart: Cooked mammal bones are bad, raw mammal bones are very good for dogs. See BARF diet.
. Fish and chicken bones are always bad (although I've heard, without verification, that cats can handle them raw).
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. As for dogs and chocolate; a small amount of milk chocolate (eg, one-half piece of a Hershey bar) as a rare treat does not seem to cause problems for any of my dogs (>=30 pounds). Dark chocolate (eg, semi-sweet) can be a killer, even in low doses. YMMV, especially with a small dog.

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Big Bwana
Big Bwana

Reply 11 years ago

Chicken bones raw don't break or shatter like they do when they are cooked and they haven't bothered my cats yet but I don't give them cook one.... And most outdoor cats will get the odd bird here and there so I'm sure the cat knows how to deal with them...

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benthekahn
benthekahn

Reply 11 years ago

My black lab ate a 1/2 pound bar of baking chocolate and he was fine, just really hyper.

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NachoMahma
NachoMahma

Reply 11 years ago

. BTW, "one-half piece" = 1/24 of a bar (12 segments/bar) or a little over two grams; not half (27.7g) of the whole bar.

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Keith-Kid
Keith-Kid

Reply 11 years ago

Cooked mammal bones are bad, raw mammal bones are very good for dogs

I had read that

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=SMART=
=SMART=

11 years ago

Chocolate makes dogs sick and can sometimes kill them

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jessyratfink
jessyratfink

Reply 11 years ago

I've always heard that, but we used to have a collie when I was younger, and she's get one oreo everyday as a treat. That was all she ever wanted. :P Never made her sick. But that's probably because nothing in an oreo is real. hahaha.

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=SMART=
=SMART=

Reply 11 years ago

hahahaha true :P and its probbaly only if its bar of solid chocolate that would upset their tummies

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Keith-Kid
Keith-Kid

Reply 11 years ago

And milk is the same.

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GorillazMiko
GorillazMiko

11 years ago

Your dog is cute. Yes, I said cute.

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Keith-Kid
Keith-Kid

Reply 11 years ago

That's ok, man. That doesn't make you any less of a man.

Pffft!!!!!. Hahhahah!!!!!! Wuss!!! Hahaha!!!!

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chooseausername
chooseausername

11 years ago

Wow ... thanks for this link. I knew about several of them, but I was far to imagine garlic and onion could be a problem.