Uncooked meat contains bacteria like E.Coli and parasites that can instantly cause food poisonous in dogs, or serious diseases in the long run. A

Raw Meat & Fish

While dogs go crazy about bones, it can be quite dangerous for their internal organs if not chewed properly.


Both, cooked and uncooked fat trimmings cause pancreatitis, a painful condition of inflammation and swelling of the pancreas.

Fat Trimmings

Liver contains a good amount of Vitamin A which can cause gastrointestinal issues in dogs. It can also create joint problems in pups.


Dogs do well with certain types of fish as far as they are cooked & without bones. Other seafood like crabs, clams, & shrimps must be shelled & cooked (not smoked) before giving it to a dog.


Every part of the avocado is toxic for your dog. The plant, the leaves, the skin, the fruit pulp, and the pit (the seed), all contain a fungicidal toxin called persin.


Plum plant contains the toxin – hydrogen cyanide. This toxin stops the cells from absorbing oxygen from the blood. The result of plum poisoning in dogs is respiratory collapse or death.


Grapes cause kidney failure, kidney injury, and lack of urine production in dogs. Even a small amount can put your dog in trouble.


Apart from the obvious choking hazard, pits and seeds of fruits like apples, cherries, plums, peaches, and nectarines contain a poisonous toxin – cyanide.

Pits & Seeds

It is unknown what makes Macadamia nuts toxic, but it is reported to be highly poisonous for dogs. They contain a toxin that can affect a dog’s muscles and nervous system.

Macadamia Nuts

Walnuts can cause gastrointestinal concerns and even pancreatitis in dogs. Almonds & Pistachios can be potential choking hazards. Commercial ones are super salty

Almonds, Pistachios & Walnuts

Raisins are dried grapes, and Prunes are dried plums. Raisins and Prunes are equally fatal for dogs just like grapes and plums.

Raisins & Prunes


As there are a large variety of mushrooms, some can be just fine, while others can be dangerous and poisonous for your dog. so be careful.

The entire allium family contains 2 toxic compounds called disulphides & thiosulphates, which are extremely toxic if ingested by dogs. It ruptures red blood cells in dogs.

Onions and Garlic

The leaves, stems, & unripe green tomatoes of the tomato plant contain high amounts of solanine which proves to be poisonous for dogs. potatoes too contain solanine

Tomatoes & Potatoes

Rhubarb contain oxalates, which can cause irritation, drooling, vomiting, diarrhoea, lethargy, weakness, tremors, and bloody urine in dogs if eaten in moderate to high amounts.


Eating too much chocolate may result in vomiting, diarrhoea, restlessness, increased urination, tremors, elevated heart rate, seizures, and sometimes even death.


Bread and foods with yeast

Make sure your dog doesn’t eat any food with yeast in it, as it will cause stomach discomfort, gas, and pain.

These items contain a toxic artificial sweetener called xylitol which is highly poisonous for dogs.

Candy, Chewing gum, Toothpaste & Mouthwash

Nutmeg is a common baking spice which can have negative effects in your dog if eaten in large amounts. It has toxin myristicin, which can cause stomach upsets and nervous system irritation.



Milk and other dairy products can cause diarrhoea and similar gastrointestinal problems for your dog. They can also activate food allergies, which can cause them to itch.

Coffee beans contain caffeine, a very dangerous  and toxic chemical for dogs. Even a few slurps of coffee can be life threatening. Same for tea.

Coffee & Tea

The effects of alcohol are negative in dogs just as it is in humans. Though no one necessarily pours his dog a drink, there are some food items that contain alcohol as an ingredient.


t is not uncommon to spoil a pet dog by sharing table scraps or your favourite snack. But, a habit can cost you your dog, because dogs do not know how much is too much


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