Dangerous foods and household products
Curiosity can get them into trouble
Common household items that are harmful to your dog: Acetaminophen Antifreeze and other car fluids Boric acid Deodorants Deodorizers Detergents De-icing salts Disinfectants Drain cleaners Furniture polish Gasoline Hair colorings Weed killers Insecticides Kerosene Matches Mothballs Nail polish and remover Paint Prescription and non-prescription medicine Rat Poison Rubbing alcohol Shoe polish Sleeping pills Snail or slug bait Turpentine Windshield-wiper fluid Symptoms of possible poisoning are: vomiting, diarrhea, difficult breathing, abnormal ruin (color, aroma or odor, frequency, etc.), salivation, weakness. If your dog should inject harmful chemicals, contact a veterinarian or poison control center immediately.
Regular-strength Benadryl is a common OTC antihistamine, but is it safe for dogs? Let’s look at how and when Benadryl might be recommended for dogs with allergies, anxiety, insect stings or bites, and motion sickness. Our dogs experience allergies differently than we do. Rather than sneezing, they tend to express allergic reactions through persistent itchy skin. Excessive scratching can cause dogs to develop sores, exposing them to needless infection. So, is Benadryl safe for dogs? Can Benadryl for dogs help with allergies and other minor canine health issues? First, what is Benadryl? Is Benadryl safe for dogs? First, let’s look at what Benadryl is. Giving dogs Benadryl, like any human medication, can…
It’s only natural for dogs to be curious. But their curiosity can get them into trouble when they get into areas where you store household items such as medicine and detergents. Many common household items that you use everyday can be harmful, and sometimes even lethal, to your dog. Foods that are harmful to your dog: (May cause vomiting, abdominal pain and/or diarrhea. Wild cherry Almond Apricot Balsam Pear Japanese Plum May cause varied reactions: Yeast dough Coffee grounds Macadamia nuts Tomato and potato leaves and stems Avocados Onions and onion powder Grapes Raisins Chocolate Pear and peach kernels Mushrooms (if also toxic to humans) Rhubarb Spinach Alcohol …