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The Whippeteer: Whippet Dog News, Issue #0038 - Toxic Food for Dogs
January 08, 2013
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Toxic Foods for Dogs
What we eat on a regular basis could be toxic foods for our dogs. This article will name common toxic foods for dogs and explain why they are dangerous for them.
Toxic Foods For Dogs - What NOT to Feed Your Dog
Did you know that foods that are healthy for us, could actually be toxic foods for dogs? People don't think about a dog's digestive tract as being different than ours, but it is and they process things differently than we do.
Are you one of those looking to feed your dog whole foods as a healthier option than dry kibble or to avoid the scare of a dog food recall? Is your dog one of those spoiled dogs that gets table scraps? If you do feed your dog "people" food, here is a list of toxic foods for dogs that you should absolutely stay away from.
This covers the most common toxic foods for dogs. If your dog does get a lot of people food, do some extensive research on what other foods could adversly affect them. Also keep in mind that dogs can have food allergies just like humans can. When feeding something new to your dog, introduce it in small quantities so you can see if there will be any negative affects.
To learn more come visit us at http://www.yourhealthydogs.com
Carrie Lollar is an owner of Your Healthy Dogs, a website dedicated to dog owners who want the best out of life with their fur kid(s).
Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Carrie_Lollar
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