Foods that Cats and Dogs can’t Eat

Foods that Cats and Dogs can’t Eat

Friends who love pets, there are always 10 to 30 minutes to suffer from conscience every day.Because your downy kids, you cats or dogs, is trying to keeps moving their ass to attract your attention.They go back and forth,moving around your feet and acting cute with their big eyes. Your pets gathered all his strength in trying to communicate with you and let you know”What are you eating?Come on! Share me some.”

Then you slowly put down the braised pork knuckles in your hand, wandering between feeding it and not feeding it.Because you don’t know if this food is harmful to its health.

  

Foods that cats and dogs cannot eat

Delicious but can’t share with cats and dogs:

  • Chocolate---called as dog arsenic is also toxic to cats. The toxic principles in chocolate are theobromine and caffeine. Excessive intake can cause vomiting, diarrhea, irritability, increased urination, increased heart rate, muscle tremor, seizures or death in dogs.
  • Coffee and tea---Caffeine belongs to the second-class psychotropic drug under national control in China.The caffeine content in daily coffee and tea has no negative effects on the human body, but it is a stimulant for cats and dogs.It can cause hyperactivity, coke oven, vomiting, heart palpitations, elevated blood pressure and other symptoms in cats and dogs, and even epilepsy or death.
  • Raisins---can cause acute kidney failure.
  • Nuts---Nuts high in fat can cause vomiting, diarrhea and even pancreatitis in cats and dogs.Macadamia nuts can cause a dog muscle tremor, vomiting, increased body temperature and paralysis of hind limbs and other symptoms. They are definitely not food for
  • Milk and dairy products---Although a small amount of consumption is not life-threatening, it can cause indigestion symptoms such as bad farts and diarrhea, and may also cause food allergies.
  • Garlic, onion and shallot:These common spices in the kitchen contain thiosulfides that can kill red blood cells and cause anemia. Excessive intake can cause weakness, vomiting and breathing difficulties in cats and dogs.
  • Avocado---Contains glyceric acid, which can be metabolized by humans but not by dogs. It can bring about diarrhea, vomiting and pleural effusion in dogs.The most dangerous part of the avocado is its shell, which may get stuck in the throat and cause suffocation.Avocados are non-toxic for cats, but its high fat content can cause gastrointestinal discomfort or pancreatitis.

 

  • Apple seeds---Apple pulp can be eaten in small amounts, but seeds should be avoided because the seeds of apples contain oil cyanide. In order to prevent dogs from eating the pits at one bite, owners must remove the pits before feeding them.
  • Persimmons, peaches and plums---The core contains cyanide, and persimmon seeds can also cause intestinal obstruction and enteritis in cats
  • Corn on the cob: A small amount of corn kernels is fine, but if it is a corn on the cob, the dog may choke if it is eaten in one bite.

 

  • Yeast: People don’t swallow yeast without any reasons, but cats and dogs may eat it by mistake.In addition to fermenting dough, yeast can also ferment the stomach of pets.A small amount of yeast will cause them to fart frequently and feel uncomfortable, and a large amount of yeast may rupture the stomach.
  • Xylitol Vinegar: Some candies, chewing gum, and toothpaste use xylitol as a sweetener. Small doses of xylitol can cause dogs to drop blood sugar, vomiting, ataxia, epilepsy and liver failure.We found no suchcases in cats.But there is no evidence cats will not be affected. 

There are also some stuff human being must keep a science diet on:

  • Tobacco:Smoking is not doinggood for the health of anybody, any cat or dog.
  • Alcohol: Alcohol is harmful to the human body, and even more unfriendly to cats and dogs.
  • Sugar: includes all foods containing sugar. Excessive sugar intake can cause oral problems, obesity and even diabetes.
  • Salt: Excessive intake of salt can produce ionic toxicity, leading to vomiting, diarrhea, low spirits, elevated body temperature, epilepsy and even death.

Finally, braised trotters are not recommended to be fed to cats and dogs, because too much seasoning and heavy taste is not good for cats and dogs’ health.

 

 


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