We’ve all seen movies where impish children let the family dog finish up their plate of unwanted green vegetables.
It’s a classic movie gag, but there can be serious, potentially deadly, consequences that even the most responsible and caring dog owner might not be aware of. In many home, dogs are allowed to lick plates, eat scraps, or even share meals with their owners, instead of eating regular dog food.
In some cases, it’s not a bad thing.
However, there’s a difference between pet food prepared specifically for your dog and foods we humans eat: and it could result in a trip to the vet clinic.
So, before you start letting your dog share your food, there are a few things you should know about which items are safe for him to eat and which you should keep to yourself. Click on to discover the 5 foods you should never feed your dog…