#1 – Chocolate
Furthermore, the symptoms could get more complicated and turn into abnormal heart rhythms, seizures, tremors, or death. So try to keep the delicious chocolate only for you and your human friends.
2. Candy, Gum, Peanut Butter, and Baked Goods
The dangerous part about those sweets is an ingredient called xylitol, which causes insulin rush through your dog’s body. This leads to a drop in blood sugar and liver failure. Clinical signs include loss of coordination, vomiting, seizures, lethargy, and finally death.
Sometimes, some kinds of these foods, namely peanut butter, are made without xylitol, so it’s better to take a look at the list of ingredients on every food product before you share them with your pup.