*Garlic (safe in small amounts)
*Broccoli (safe in small amounts)
*Xylitol (found in sugarless gum, some candies and some cookies)
*Chocolate (see HERE for what to do if your dog eats chocolate)
*Cherry, peach, apricot and apple pits
*Fat trimmed from steaks (trouble for a dog's pancreas)
*Cooked bones (not poisonous but they can splinter when cooked)
Antifreeze- Car antifreeze is lethal for dogs. Don't expect that your dog will turn it's nose up to if it ever gets close. Vehicle antifreeze smells and tastes sweet to dogs and they are very likely to lick it up. Even a small taste can be fatal. It is crucial to bring your dog to the vet immediately if you believe he has ingested antifreeze.
Cleaning Products- keep the following out of reach from your pup
Human Medication- Keep your own medications out of possible reach from your dog. It is also never safe to give your dog any human medication without direct instruction from your vet.
House Plants- House plants should be kept at levels your dog cannot reach. Dangling leaves are very tempting to wandering pups.
Pesticides, Lighter Fluid, Gasoline and Charcoal- These are best either kept locked up or outside in sealed container in a garage where there is no chance of your dog finding them. The same goes for items such as batteries, cocoa mulch (even better, don't use this kind of mulch!), and mothballs.
Garbage- It's important that your trash receptacles have lids and are not easy for your dog to lift. Sneaky pups are pretty clever at sniffing out something of interest and finding their way in.
Make Sure Your Dog Is Safe!
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