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i know there a topic already going about raisins, but what are some other toxic foods that we should know about? :wave:
 

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Anything in the onion family ... garlic, onions and whatever else is in the onion family. :)

I know there's probably a big long list somewhere on the web.
 

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Info here:

http://www.vetinfo4dogs.com/dtoxin.html#Grape and raisin poisonings in Dogs

Toxins (Poisons) That Effect Dogs

ASPCA Poison control hotline (888) 4ANI-HELP or (888) 426-4435
http://www.aspca.org/


Sugarless Candies May be Poisonous for Dogs
Salmon Poisoning Disease
Holiday Toxic brew - Raisin and Alcohol toxicity
Onion and Garlic toxicity in dogs
Grape and raisin poisoning in dogs
Iron overload
Chemical toxins
Mushroom Toxicity
Napthalene or mothballs in vacuum bag
Fabreze rumor
Chocolate toxicity
Holiday toxins and dangers
Antifreeze Poisoning from Ethylene Glycol
Call Poison Control
Sugar overload
Organophosphate poisoning or White Shaker dog syndrome
Broccoli toxicity
Chocolate toxicity
Chocolate poisoning
Lead Poisoning
 

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Wow... broccoli?? Cooper loves broccoli. The only time he ever has it is at my parents' house because I hate it and wouldn't even dream of bringing it into my home.
 

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Salmon??

Salmon is in the new Nutro Ultra for puppies????
 

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those are just foods to watch out for, because in large quantities they can be dangerous. but, the salmon in the nutro food is not bad, because its not being given in large quantities. garlic is considered toxic to dogs, but in all honesty, i've known people who give their dogs 1 clove of garlic a week to help keep fleas away.

chico's food has garlic in it, but since its not a large quantity, its ok for him. those foods are just foods to be cautious of, meaning you wouldn't want to give them a whole onion or something like that. that info is very good to know if you have your dog on a raw food diet.
 
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