1. Do not give him bones
Baked bones are bad for animals! Each year countless numbers of animals end up in the emergency room because their owners have given them bones, usually as a reward.
The fact is that dogs are omnivorous. Many dogs and cats can not tolerate bones. Bones can get stuck or get stuck in the intestinal tract with disastrous results, which may require surgery.
They may also be stuck in the mouth or trachea, which is also dangerous. All cooked bones are bad, including chicken and beef.
The next time you want to give your dog a bone, make sure it is a milk bone, skirt bone that are almost cartilage or prepared for dogs. Your dog will thank you.
2. Chocolate can be lethal
It contains theobromine, which causes an increase in the heartbeat, stimulation of the central nervous system and constriction of the arteries. Clinical symptoms range from vomiting, diarrhea, hyperactivity, and excitability, to heart failure, stroke, and death. This can happen as fast as 4 to 6 hours after ingestion. Cooked chocolate is the worst because it contains higher amounts of theobromine.
A potentially lethal dose is only 1 pound of chocolate for a 16 pound dog. If your pet has eaten too much chocolate, you should contact your veterinarian immediately.
3. Alcohol is also very bad for dogs and cats
It does not take much alcohol to intoxicate a pet. The animals will become nervous and attack things, hurting themselves. It also causes urinary incontinence. At high doses, alcohol suppresses the central nervous system, respiratory and cardiac system, and can lead to death.
4. Milk is not good for animals either
Most are lactose intolerant and will develop diarrhea. Animals also often lack the enzyme that is required to dissolve milk sugar, and this can cause them to develop vomiting, diarrhea and other gastrointestinal symptoms. Even if you think you like it, especially cats, you can only give lactose-free milk.
5. Ham and other salty meats
They are very dangerous for pets. In addition to being high in fats, they are also very salty, which can cause them serious stomach pains or pancreatitis.
Also, many breeds of dogs that eat salty foods can drink too much water and develop a chronic condition called “bloat”. This is when the stomach becomes full of gas and in a few hours can worsen, causing the animal to die. Please do not give him raw ham or very salty cooked meats to your pet.
6. Onions are toxic to dogs and cats
The onion contains disulfides, which damages the red blood cells of your blood and can cause fatal consequences in animals. They can become anemic, weak and with respiratory problems.
The best thing you can do if your pet has eaten onions is to take it immediately to the vet. Garlic is not suitable for dogs or cats, but is much more harmful in cats.
7. Caffeine is also bad for animals
It contains xanthine which, like chocolate, stimulates the central nervous system and the cardiac system and in a few hours can cause vomiting, hyperactivity, tachycardia and even death. Make sure your pets are away from breakfast.
8. The avocados
They are also bad for pets. First, they are very high in fat and can cause stomach pains, vomiting and even pancreatitis. Second, the pulp is also toxic and may become stuck in the intestinal tract, leading to a severe blockage, which may require surgery.
9. Tuna for humans is bad for cats
Feline heart muscle requires an amino acid called taurine to maintain normal strength and function. Normal tuna for humans does not contain this amino acid, and cats who eat too much tuna will develop heart problems. The ideal is to give them 3 times a week for the contribution of Omega 3 and 6 that are necessary for the heart, everything in excess is bad.
If you want to give cats the taste of love they love, just make sure that it is cat tuna that is the one that has the added amino acids taurine. Whenever it is tuna or mackerel your animals should be “to the natural or to the water” never in oil. The oil from the cans is extracted by vitamin E.
10. Raisins and grapes-eating
Raisins and grapes can lead to kidney damage in pets. Small dogs can also react badly with grapes so it is best to make sure our animals eat a well-balanced diet that is formulated for their life stage.
Finally, NO DEN ASPIRINES OR PARACETAMOL TO DOGS AND CATS, ARE TOXICALLY TOXIC.
Very serious cases have been seen in the medical offices of animals that their owners by ignorance or disinformation, have medicated their pets on their own with dire consequences for the animals.
Never measure your pets on their own, Acetylsalicylic Acid is toxic to animals, humans are physiologically different from animals.