15 Off-limit Foodies for Your Puppies

Is there anything cuter than a weetle puppy? We think not! They are beyond cute and clumsy. Having a puppy can be a lot of fun and sharing a home with a canine friend can bring you so much joy. There’s no doubt that these little heartbeats at our feet can give unconditional acceptance and loyalty.  They also provide constant companionship and even relieve stress after a hard or busy day.

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Owning a puppy comes with a HUGE responsibility and one that is not for everyone. It’s not always about getting a dog just because it’s “the thing to do” or your children can be begging for a puppy can end up being a big mistake. It takes a lot of patience and understanding to raise a puppy. When buying or adopting a dog we need to remember that it is for life. Puppies are adorable and fun to have but they grow older. However, making a decision to get a dog shouldn’t be taken lightly. It takes a lot of time, money and commitment over 15 years’ worth in many instances.

A puppy is like a baby. They need constant care and affection. If you’re not around 24/7, they will miss you more than you can imagine. It takes a lot of patience and understanding to raise a puppy.  Some dogs can even become depressed if you leave them for long periods of time alone, especially if it’s often.

The most important thing with pet care is knowing what you can and can’t feed your dog. You can’t just say that as long as you stick to your pretty decent doggy diet, everything should be gravy right? Wrong. It turns out that there’s a ton of foods you probably didn’t know about that can actually be really harmful to your dog, including some that are perfectly healthy for humans.

Here are 15 off-limits foodies for your puppies:

1. Chocolates


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Most people know that chocolate is bad for dogs. The compounds in chocolates that are toxic to dogs are caffeine and theobromine. If eaten by dogs, chocolate can results to symptoms ranging from vomiting to seizures and death. The darker the chocolate, the more dangerous it is.