Plain turkey meat is safe, but seasoned, fatty, or bone-in meat can cause harm. Seasonings with garlic/onion powder are toxic. Cooked bones can splinter and cause internal damage. Contact a vet if your dog eats a cooked bone.
Plain ham is generally safe, but bones and heavily seasoned pieces can be dangerous. It's a fatty meat that can cause gastrointestinal upset and pancreatitis in dogs.
Seasoning, fattiness, and bones in red meats like steak and brisket can be problematic for dogs. Stick to lean, plain meats to avoid allergies and stomach upset.
Cheese, high in fat, can cause gastrointestinal upset and pancreatitis in dogs. Avoid cheese with seasonings like garlic or onion, which are toxic to dogs.
Unseasoned green beans are safe and can even be healthy for dogs. Just make sure they don’t have too much seasoning or salt.
Baked or boiled potatoes in small doses are generally safe for dogs, but be mindful of calorie intake.
Dark chocolate is more toxic to dogs, and smaller dogs are at higher risk. Symptoms of chocolate poisoning include vomiting, diarrhea, increased thirst, and seizures. Xylitol in sugar-free sweets is also dangerous for dogs.
Keep desserts away from dogs as they can contain toxic ingredients. Be cautious with baked goods containing chocolate, caffeine, raisins, or macadamia nuts.
Macadamia nuts are toxic to dogs, causing symptoms like vomiting and lethargy. Other toxic nuts include English walnuts, horse chestnuts, and ginkgo nuts. Contact a vet if ingestion occurs.
Keep yeast doughs away from dogs to prevent bloating. Know your vet's contact info and locate the nearest emergency vet. Have poison hotline numbers on hand for quick assistance.