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  • Why Chocolate Shouldn’t be Fed to Dogs

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    December 15, 2022 by Doctor Ron
    As loving pet owners, it is important to remember that many of the treats we humans enjoy are toxic to our canine friends. Foods like chocolate and grapes, which we snack on regularly, can actually be quite dangerous for dogs if ingested. Even “humane” items like onions, macadamias, walnuts and garlic can cause health issues for a dog due to their toxicity levels. Thankfully, many pet food manufacturers create delicious snacks crafted especially for furry friends that provide great nutrition and safety. And don’t forget the importance of proper portion… Read More