Is it true that dogs should not eat chocolate?
My dog loves Soft Batch chocolate chip cookies from Keebler. But many tell me that chocolate is not good for dogs. Is this true?
Chocolate is toxic too dogs. Like most of us they will like it but it is very dangerous. Theo-bromine and caffeine are found in chocolate and can produce vomiting, diarrhea, hyperactivity, increased heart rate, convulsions, coma, and death for dogs. This is a serious issue that harms many dogs.
Yes, indeed. Every dog has a different tolerance to chocolate and when that limit is exceeded it will die. Since there is no way of knowing what is the tolerance of each dog, veterinarians claim that chocolate is never given to them.
Yes, its true.. All products which contains large extent of sugar doesn't suit dogs mainly their skin.. It cause ezcema..
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