Keeping Your Dog Healthy with the Right Diet

Fido may be your best friend, but that doesn’t mean you should feed them just anything. Making sure your pup stays healthy and happy is important for both of you, and one of the ways to do this is by monitoring their diet. Read on to find out what Suzie’s Dog Treats treats you should avoid giving your dog.

What treats should dogs avoid?


Chocolate contains theobromine, a compound that can make dogs very sick. Chocolate can make your pup vomit or suffer from diarrhea if they eat too much of it. In extreme cases, chocolate can even lead to seizures or death in dogs. If you want to give your pup a special treat, opt for something like a frozen carrot instead of chocolate!


Giving bones as treats may seem fun and natural, but there are some risks involved. Depending on the size and shape of the bone, there’s a risk that it could splinter when chewed on and get stuck in the throat or intestines—a dangerous situation that would require medical attention. Stick to bones specifically made for dogs so you know they won’t pose any risk to their health.

Grapes and Raisins

Grapes and raisins may be healthy snacks for humans, but they can actually be poisonous to dogs. They can cause sudden kidney failure, so it’s important to keep them away from your pup. Even if you think your dog won’t eat a grape or raisin, it’s not worth the risk—just make sure to store these foods where your pet won’t find them.

Uncooked Dough

The uncooked dough is another food to avoid giving your pup. When it is ingested, the dough expands in the stomach which can cause pain and bloat. This could lead to serious health risks, including difficulty breathing or even a twisted stomach. Stick to healthy treats that are specifically made for dogs so you know they’re safe and healthy.

Grapes & Raisins

Grapes and raisins can cause kidney failure in dogs if consumed in large enough amounts—even small amounts can cause serious harm depending on the size of your pup. It’s unclear why grapes are so toxic to dogs, but it’s best to keep these fruits away from them at all times.

In the end

Feeding your dog isn’t just about giving them something tasty—it’s also about making sure they stay safe and healthy! Be sure to avoid giving treats such as chocolate, bones (unless specifically made for dogs), grapes & raisins; these items can be toxic for our furry friends! Take care when selecting treats for Fido—you want him to stay happy and healthy for many years to come!

Loyal Kiaan
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