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Can My Dog Eat This? A List of Human Foods Dogs Can and Can't Eat

Can My Dog Eat This? A List of Human Foods Dogs Can and Can't Eat 
Can My Dog Eat This? A List of Human Foods Dogs Can and Can't Eat

10. Popcorn: Can Eat

Dogs can eat popcorn as an occasional treat, as long as it doesn’t contain any extra ingredients.
Salt is often added to popcorn, which can lead to serious complications if your dog eats too much. Butter and oil are other common popcorn ingredients that are high in fat and may lead to pancreatitis in dogs if over-consumed (3, 11, 19).
For these reasons, it is best to only feed your dog plain, air-popped popcorn.
Popcorn kernels are also a choking hazard and may get stuck in your dog’s teeth, so you should only provide your dog with fully-popped kernels.

11. Cashews: Limit

You should limit your dog’s intake of cashews.
Plain, unsalted and roasted cashews are safe for most dogs to eat in moderation. However, cashews are high in fat and calories and may lead to weight gain and pancreatitis when consumed in excess (4, 11).
For these reasons, you should limit your dog’s intake to one or two cashews a day or less.

12. Macadamia Nuts: Can’t Eat

Dogs should never eat macadamia nuts.
Macadamia nuts contain an unknown toxin that may lead to vomiting, muscle weakness, tremors, hyperthermia and depression when dogs consume them, even in small amounts (20).
Additionally, macadamia nuts have a high fat content, which may elevate your dog’s triglyceride levels and potentially lead to pancreatitis.

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Can My Dog Eat This? A List of Human Foods Dogs Can and Can't Eat Can My Dog Eat This? A List of Human Foods Dogs Can and Can't Eat Reviewed by New Only on March 29, 2018 Rating: 5

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