Safe food for humans but dangerous for dogs!

Chocolate

Chocolate contains Theobromine. Theobromine isn’t harmful to humans, but it’s the toxic part of chocolate for dogs. It’s found in all kinds of chocolate, but especially in dark chocolate and baking chocolate. It can cause a dog to vomit, have diarrhoea, and become overly thirsty, but on the more extreme side it can cause abnormal heart rhythms, seizures, tremors, or death.

Bacon

High fat foods like bacon, ham, or meat trimmings can cause pancreatitis in dogs. And since these meats are often high in salt content, too, they can cause upset stomachs and, in extreme cases, can cause dogs to drink too much water, leading to bloat, which can be fatal.

High fat foods like bacon, ham, or meat trimmings can cause pancreatitis in dogs. And since these meats are often high in salt content, too, they can cause upset stomachs and, in extreme cases, can cause dogs to drink too much water, leading to bloat, which can be fatal.
Salty foods

Symptoms of eating too much salt might include vomiting, diarrhoea, high body temperature, and seizures, in addition to bloat, as is the case with bacon. Salt can be fatal, so keep it to a minimum in the foods you share with your pup.
Garlic and onion

Garlic and onion are bad news for dogs. They can actually destroy a dog’s red blood cells, leading to anaemia. Symptoms might include weakness, vomiting, breathlessness, and a loss of interest in food

Dairy products

Dogs lack the enzyme to break down milk sugar, and many dogs are lactose intolerant. Dairy can cause dogs to vomit, have diarrhoea, or develop gastrointestinal diseases. The high fat content can lead to pancreatitis, as is the case with fatty meats.

Sweets

Sweets have an ingredient called xylitol. It causes an insulin surge through your dog’s body that can lead to a drop in blood sugar and liver failure. Symptoms include lethargy, vomiting, loss of coordination, seizures, and eventually death. Several of these foods, especially peanut butter, are sometimes made without xylitol, so check the list of ingredients in your foods before you share them with your dog.
Grapes and Raisins

Your dog has probably eaten some grapes or raisins without problem but there is a risk.. Grapes and raisins are known to cause renal failure in dogs. Your dog’s kidneys might start to shut down, causing vomiting and lethargy and eventually leading to death

Sugary foods

Obesity, dental health issues, and diabetes can all result from overeating foods that have high sugar content. Don’t feed your dog sugar!