The Top 3 Foods You Should NEVER Give Your Pet

Important PSA for all pet owners! As part of our ongoing mission to keep our furry friends safe and healthy, we wanted to shed some light on the top three WORST people foods you should NEVER give to your pets. 

1️⃣ Chocolate: While it might be a heavenly treat for us, chocolate can be extremely toxic to our furry companions. The theobromine and caffeine content can cause vomiting, diarrhea, irregular heartbeat, seizures, and even be fatal in large amounts. Please, keep those delicious chocolate treats out of reach!

2️⃣ Grapes and raisins: These seemingly harmless fruits can actually cause severe kidney damage in dogs. Even a small amount can lead to symptoms like vomiting, diarrhea, lethargy, and decreased appetite. It’s best to avoid grapes and raisins altogether when it comes to your pet’s diet.

3️⃣ Onions and garlic: While these ingredients might add a flavorful punch to our meals, they contain compounds that can damage red blood cells in dogs and cats. Ingesting onions or garlic, whether raw, cooked, or in powdered form, can lead to anemia and other serious health complications. So, keep your furry friends away from these ingredients.

Remember, our pets rely on us to make the best choices for their well-being. If you suspect your pet has ingested any of these harmful foods or is exhibiting unusual symptoms, please contact your veterinarian immediately. 

"Even if you spend the whole day with him, he misses you the moment you leave. Such is the love of a dog."

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Together We Can Keep Them Healthy & Safe!

At Canine Estates Inc, we are committed to providing a safe and loving environment for all our rescue animals. Educating ourselves and others about pet safety is just one way we can ensure their happiness and longevity. Together, let’s keep our pets healthy and thriving! 🐶❤️🐱

If you found this information helpful, please share it with your friends and family to spread awareness. Let’s keep our furry friends safe from harmful foods! 🙏 #PetSafety #CanineEstatesInc #HealthyPets

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