It is the lactose contained in the cow’s milk that is implicated. Like some human beings, dogs are intolerant to this lactose, which can cause vomiting and diarrhea. Paradoxically, puppies are better protected against this carbohydrate, as their organism is home to an enzyme called lactase that facilitates digestion.
Canned tuna contains a lot of salt. Consumed by the dog, it can damage its kidneys and promote heart problems.
Onions, but also its cousins of the genus Allium, garlic and leek, contain sulfur compounds that can destroy red blood cells. As a result, the transport of oxygen into the blood is altered.
These foods should not be given to your dog, whether raw or cooked.
Whether it is fresh or dried fruit, the grapes are also part of the food that is dangerous for the dog.
They are toxic to their body, especially for their kidneys. To date, the poisonous principle has not yet been accurately identified. On the other hand, it is known that 4 grams of raisin per kilo (of the weight of the animal) are sufficient to cause the death of a dog. The same is the same for 20 grams of fresh grape per kilo.
Fats, preservatives and salt present in bulk in salted meats, hams and other deli products are dangerous to your dog’s health. The excess salt can, in fact, deregulate its water requirements and encourage the formation of important digestive gases, sources of pain and sometimes likely to cause death.
Some species of wild mushrooms can poison us. It is the same for our dog friends, who are just as vulnerable to this type of danger. The liver and the nervous system of the animal can be attacked after consuming.
Just a tiny bit of alcohol to alter your dog’s condition and behavior. At high doses, it can cause major disturbances in the central nervous system and cardiac functions. which can lead to the death of the animal.