I don't see what the harm would be, personally. Both my dogs have eaten them -- one actually got into the bag of potatoes and ate a couple of them before we caught him. Neither of them got sick or anything. Any time you aren't sure of whether or not something is safe to eat though, you should call your family doctor or the non-emergency number for your local poison control center.
by Emer Kelly 7 years ago
Why is it that we are OK with eating the same breakfast everyday, but complain if its any other meal
by Flo Belanger 7 years ago
I've heard a lot lately about eating "raw" foods and how healthy it is supposed to be. Does anyone know about this and how you'd begin?
by Rota 3 years ago
Why do most people eat more cooked food than raw food?Most people gravitate to cooked food (over raw food) without thinking about it. What is the reason for this among people - both in a general sense and specific to you.
by dappledesigns 7 years ago
If you eat corn raw, will it make you sick?
by Mary Wickison 6 years ago
Isn't it healthier for dogs to eat raw meat than commercially prepared dog food?I am considering changing my dog's diet. Currently they get a mixture of commercial dog food, rice, raw chicken, raw beef heart, carrots, eggs and left-overs. My friend gives her dogs only raw meat, fruit, leaves,...
by Rob Le Plastrier 7 years ago
Is it safe to put my dog on a raw meat diet?My bichon frise dog has developed skin allergies and the vet has given us steroid treatment to clear it up. However, they were not sure what is causing it. Other doggie friends of ours have told my wife and I that a raw meat diet will clear up the...
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