[Danger if you don't know] What foods should not be eaten by dogs?


hello. I'm Komada of Toutouchoco.

Did you know that doggy shouldn't say something?

  • I want to eat snacks and rewards!
  • I want to share delicious food!
  • I gave it because I wanted itEtc ...

I guess some dogs are so cute that they just give what they are eating.

I have that experience, so I understand a lot (laughs)

But the food is reallysafetyis it?

Delicious food for humans, but for dogsDangerous stateThere is a possibility that it will be ...

Some foods will die if they eat.

The owner should gain knowledge to get you healthy for a long time.


What the doggy shouldn't say

Most dogs are introduced this timeDangerous foodis.

And what the owner speaks for granted.

Why not eat and what happens if you eat?

Don't neglect, "It's okay!"


"" "" ""TheobrominIs caused.

The severity of the addicted symptoms depends on the amount taken, but most of the symptoms occur within 1-12 hours.

What symptoms do you have?

Initial symptoms are

  • vomiting
  • diarrhea
  • Peeing
  • DehydrationEtc ...

As the symptoms progress,

  • convulsions
  • coma
  • Muscle stiffnessEtc ...

In the worst case, you may "die".

rough indication

Commercial chocolate contains 2 mg of Theobromin per 1g.

The lethal dose is 100-200mg per 1kg.

Symptoms appear by taking about 20 mg even if it is not the lethal dose.

Green onions

A typical example is "onion".

"" "" ""Organic thio sulfate compoundIs caused.

In most cases, it takes a few days to cause poisoning symptoms within one day.

What symptoms do you have?

  • anemia
  • Hematuria
  • diarrhea
  • vomitingEtc ...

The absorption of this substance breaks the red blood cells and has various effects.

rough indication

0.5%or more of weight.

Or, by taking about 20g per 1 kg of weight, addicted symptoms.


Doggy does not have the function to disassemble alcohol.

Symptoms will appear in about 30 minutes-1 hour after ingestion.

What symptoms do you have?

  • dizzy
  • Blur
  • Sloppy
  • I have no appetite
  • vomiting
  • The consciousness is stunnedEtc ...

rough indication

It is quite dangerous with 5-6 ml per 1 kg of weight.

  • Beer (alcohol content 5%): Approximately 110ml
  • Wine (alcohol content 10%): about 50ml
  • Whiskey (alcohol content 40%): about 14ml


"" Contains ""caffeineIs caused.

Caffeine is not just coffee

  • Black tea
  • Green Tea
  • Nutrition DrinkEtc ...

Be careful as it is included in many drinks.

What symptoms do you have?

  • vomiting
  • diarrhea
  • convulsions
  • Respiratory failureEtc ...

rough indication

It is dangerous to take about 150mg per 1 kg of weight.

Mild symptoms can occur in about 20 mg.

The amount of caffeine contained in 100g of products is

  • Instant coffee: about 60mg
  • Tea: Approximately 30mg
  • Energy drink: about 30-40mg
  • Nutritional drink: about 30-50mg


I don't really know the cause.

"There was no problem with eating my child."

There is an opinion,

You will not need to expose your precious family in danger because many symptoms have been reported.

What symptoms do you have?

  • vomiting
  • Anorexia
  • diarrhea
  • Acute renal failureEtc ...

rough indication

4-30g per 1kg.

Grapes are about 2g per grain for seeds.


How do you deal with your dog ate dangerous food?

The owner who has read so far will not dare eat dangerous food.

However, no matter how care you are, the dog may steal your eyes and eat it.

What should I do in such a case?

"I just ate! Let's forcibly vomit!"

↑ Don't try to do this.

Forcibly vomiting without the right knowledge can be even more dangerous.

Let's absolutely stop.

"Is it okay? There is no problem with natural healing."

Don't think like this.

What do you think if you are left from an important family when you are in a painful state?

"Why can't you do anything even though it's so spicy?"

You may think.

In the worst case, the relationship may be broken.

Doggy is also an important family.

Over time, the symptoms worsen and irreparable ...

Let's go to the hospital as soon as possible so that there is no such thing.


  • What did you eat?
  • When did you eat?
  • Do you have symptoms?

Make a note of this and tell your veterinarian.



How was that?

That's not to say that there are so many things that dogs shouldn't eat.

In addition to the food introduced, some dogs may have dangerous food.

Let's understand the doggy more and be careful about your physical condition.


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