Is Your PET Nuts About Nuts? Understand the nice from the Bad!

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Face it, we are all guilty to eat a bite of our “food” our puppies from time to time – and in moderation, which is perfectly in order as long as you are well educated, which is safe for our dogs to eat! Of course, we all (hopefully) know that chocolate, alcohol and onions are not great, but where it becomes very difficult … nuts. Some nuts are fine, treat dogs and some are really, really bad!

 

Almonds

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Many dogs love almonds, especially with the variety of flavored almonds and spices popular today. While almonds are not considered toxic, they are very high in fat and without gastrointestinal discomfort are easily digestible, which can be agitated and lead to stomach.

Verdict: occasional almond is good for eating, but it is much safer, healthier treats available.

 

Black Walnuts

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Black walnuts contain a toxin known to cause vascular disease in horses, but are not shown in dogs causing the same. However, gastrointestinal discomfort or a dangerous constipation can cause black walnuts to eat. If mold can contain black walnut tremorgénicas mycotoxins, which can cause epileptic seizures or neurological symptoms.

Verdict: Do not feed.

 

Brazil Nuts

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Like almonds, paranases are toxic to dogs, but are high in fat and not easy to digest. A dog eating paranuts can experience stomach upset.

Verdict: OK sometimes, but it is much safer, healthier options available.

 

Cashews

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Cashew nuts are toxic to dogs and are generally safe to consume in moderation as long as they are cooked or grilled. Raw cashew nuts contain a toxin that is removed by cooking. Because of its fat, cashew nut can cause stomach upset.

Verdict: Do not feed raw cashew nuts, but grilled or baked cashews are generally safe in moderation.

 

Chestnuts

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American chestnuts are toxic to dogs, however, may pose a risk of constipation or blockage and may cause gastrointestinal discomfort when consumed.

.Verdict: Ok, if swallowed, but avoided for better possibilities.

 

English Walnuts

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The most common type of snack nuts, English walnuts can lead to stomach and gastrointestinal disorders, or to relieve constipation. Like black or Japanese nuts, molds tremorgénicas English walnuts can contain mycotoxins (toxic chemicals of fungi) that can cause seizures or neurological symptoms.

Verdict: Do not feed.

 

Hazelnuts

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Hazelnuts are not toxic to dogs and are generally safe to consume in moderation. However, because of their size and shape, they can present a risk of constipation or obstruction of the smaller dogs.

Verdict: Ok sometimes bigger dogs to feed.

 

Hickory Nuts

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Another mother known to induce laminitis in horses, but not yet proved to cause the same vascular disease in dogs. Hickory nuts can cause gastrointestinal discomfort or constipation. And, like walnuts, hickory nuts Moldy tremorgénicas may contain mycotoxins that can cause seizures or neurological symptoms.

Verdict: Do not feed.

Japanese Walnuts

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Although the Japanese nuts are not toxic, they can cause gastrointestinal discomfort or intestinal obstruction. Like other types of nuts, moldy nuts contain tremorgénicas Japanese that can cause mycotoxins to have seizures or neurological symptoms.

Verdict: Do not feed.

 

Macadamia Nuts

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Macadamia nuts are usually listed as one of the best “human consumption” to avoid your dog feeding. These nuts contain an unknown toxin that can cause neurological problems and are very, very high in fat that can put your dog at risk for serious gastrointestinal disorders or lead to pancreatitis.

Verdict: Absolutely do NOT feed.

 

Peanuts

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Peanuts (which are technically not nuts, but are legumes!) If the dogs are not toxic and are used in safe and healthy treats like dogs tend to love the taste often. Each peanut served Your dog needs to be roasted without roasting or roasting without salt. Peanut butter used as a treatment should be self-evident and only contain peanuts without adding sugar, salt or artificial sweeteners.

Verdict: A great treat in moderation.

 

Pecans

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Like nuts and walnuts, pecans are known to cause laminitis in horses. Your dog feeding pecans can cause gastrointestinal discomfort or constipation. Also Pecan moldy tremorgénicas may contain mycotoxins, which can cause seizures or neurological symptoms.

Verdict: Do not feed.

 

Pistachio Nuts

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Pistachios, but not poisonous to dogs, are another variety of nuts that are high in fat and can lead to gastric mood or pancreatitis.

Conclusion: An occasional pistachio without shell, okay, but it is much safer, healthier treats available.

Did you drink a mother often were not called? Have a walnut tree in your garden that you are curious about. Discuss the type of mother and paste it into the list!

Meanwhile, look at these 10 food items to share with your dog!

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