You probably wanna share your delicious people food with your baby dog. After all, who can resist those pets eyes begging for a morsel? But hold off on spoiling your fur baby. Sometimes being a great doggy parent is knowing when to say, “No.” Some foods are just downright bad for baby dogs and can cause all sorts of health issues. Even if your dog has eaten these things in the past with no problems, they could be causing serious problems that you might not be aware of. Here are a list of foods you should never feed your baby dogs, no matter how adorably they beg.
The true culprit when it comes to these sweets is an ingredient called xylitol. It causes through your dog’s body an insulin surge that can lead to a drop in blood sugar and liver failure. Symptoms include lethargy, vomiting, loss of coordination, seizures, and ultimately death. a lot of these foods, especially peanut butter, are sometimes made without xylitol, so before you share foods with your baby dog check the list of ingredients in them.
2- Bacon And Fatty Meat
Your own dog can’t have bacon? That’s right! High fat foods like bacon, ham, or meat trimmings probably cause pancreatitis in dogs. And since these meats are often rise in salt content, too, they can cause upset stomachs and, in maximum cases, can cause baby dogs to drink too much water, leading to bloat, which can be fatal. Keep the fatty meats for yourself and stick to leaner choices for your baby dog. Page Break