Worst 20 Human Foods For Your Dog
7. Bread Dough
This may seem obvious, but the yeast found in dough is dangerous for dogs. This also means that you shouldn’t, under any circumstances, give your dog bread, not even in small quantities.
The enzymes in the yeast convert the sugar in the dough to ethanol (alcohol) and carbon dioxide. The carbon dioxide is what makes the dough rise, and if happens after the dough has been eaten by your pet, it could be dangerous.
After being eaten, the yeast can multiply in your dog’s stomach, causing pain or even destroy the stomach tissue. The kitchen can be a dangerous place for a dog because of this.
However, by continuously expanding your knowledge and being aware of the hazards, your dog can live a long and healthy life!
Be careful with everything in the kitchen and especially take good care of your garbage and make sure that it’s properly sealed so that the dogs cannot rummage through it for food.
Even the smallest amount of some foods can actually be very poisonous for your beloved friend. Your home and kitchen need to be dog-friendly.
We have already talked about alcohol poisoning, but what you need to know is that ingesting bread dough can lead to this problem as well.The combination of rising dough in your fluffy friend’s stomach and alcohol poisoning can seriously threaten your dog’s health.
It takes approximately one or two hours for the symptoms to appear.
Luckily, if you react quickly, your dog will make a full recovery!