These foods are toxic to your dog

Avocados are harmful, in part because of the fungicidal toxin persin. Only high quantities are fatal, but even tiny amounts might cause moderate side effects including vomiting and diarrhea.


Small doses of mustard won't be fatal to dogs, but larger levels can be harmful. In fact, due to mustard's low toxicity, veterinarians frequently advise using it to cause vomiting when necessary.


Apples' flesh is not poisonous, but their seeds may be harmful because of a substance called amygdalin. To be poisonous, they must be chewed and swallowed in sufficient quantities.


Xylitol is a sugar substitute that can be found in many baked goods and candy products for humans. It causes fast insulin release, which can put dogs in a coma in 15 to 20 minutes, making it exceedingly hazardous to canines.

Artificial sweetener

Due to a substance called thiosulfate that harms red blood cells, garlic can be lethal to dogs. Even though it takes a lot of garlic to be harmful, some breeds are more susceptible than others.


It's excellent to give your dog a raw, uncooked bone to gnaw on, but stay away from cooked bones. These are prone to splintering and can result in catastrophic perforation or constipation in big quantities.

Cooked bones

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