Foods For Dogs

Top 10 Surprising Food SafetyTips for your Dog 

By Bishwas

Avoid feeding your dog certain human foods 

Some foods that are healthy for humans may be poisonous to dogs. Chocolate, grapes, raisins, onions, garlic, and xylitol-containing foods are examples. 

Beware of bones 

While giving your dog bones to gnaw on may appear natural, certain types of bones might be deadly. 

Store pet food properly 

Store your dog's food in a cold, dry area, preferably in an airtight container, to keep it fresh and prevent contamination.

Pay attention to expiration dates 

Dog food, like human food, has an expiration date. Always read the labels and make sure your dog isn't eating outdated food. 

Practice proper hygiene 

To avoid cross-contamination, wash your hands before and after handling your dog's food. 

Be cautious with table scraps 

While it may be tempting to share your dinner with your canine companion, not all human food is appropriate for dogs. 

Keep garbage bins secure 

Make sure your garbage cans have tight-fitting lids to keep your dog from searching through them and swallowing something dangerous.

Be mindful of food allergies 

Dogs, like people, can develop food allergies. Chicken, meat, dairy, and wheat are common allergies in dogs. 

Monitor portion sizes 

Overfeeding can cause obesity and other health problems in dogs. Follow the serving amounts advised for your dog's age, size, and activity level. 

Be cautious with outdoor food 

Dogs can be poisoned by some plants, mushrooms, or even leftover food. Keep a watch on them to avoid inadvertent consumption.

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