Nuts to dogs are not recommended

Reason: Many people think that nuts should never be given to a dog because of the high risk of allergies and the risk of negative effects on the pancreas because nuts are very fatty, oil-rich foods.

Nevertheless: if there is no individual intolerance, nuts are a very valuable product containing many valuable trace elements to maintain the heart muscle and brain nutrition, as well as an easily digestible protein.

But not all nuts are good for dogs!

You can safely feed several grains: almonds, cedar, chestnut, cashew, limited to peanuts.

Not recommended: walnuts, pistachios, acorns, hazelnuts, nutmeg.

Nuts are not part of the diet and are given sporadically, as a “tasty treat” – not more than three times a week, little by little.


Observed: With regular and abundant feeding of a tomato, the dog has an upset stomach, tremors, a disturbance in the functioning of the heart muscle, and a rapid heartbeat may occur. Often there are allergic reactions to tomatoes.

However: If you give tomatoes to the dog as a treat (in small quantities) – this is useful! It is best to treat your pet with tomatoes before meals – this is an excellent prevention against tartar and plaque. They are useful, fresh and stewed, it is a strong antioxidant, tomatoes help fight cancer and inflammatory processes.

Only red ripe fruits are recommended for use by dogs.

Green tomatoes, tomato paste, and sauces are not given to dogs.


For example:

Grapes and raisins contain a little-studied toxin that can cause kidney failure, vomiting, increased urination, and increased thirst — potential symptoms of poisoning.

Persimmon – causes upset stomach, contains high sugar content, and its seeds can cause bowel obstruction and enteritis.

Avocado – contains persin, causing vomiting and diarrhea.

Bananas – contribute to weight gain, cause relaxation.

Citrus fruits are a strong allergen for many dogs. May cause vomiting.

Peaches, quince, and plum- lead to diarrhea, and the eaten bones can contribute to bowel obstruction. The cyanide contained in the bones is able to accumulate and cause poisoning of the body.


Reason: lead to slagging of the body, perforation and gastrointestinal diseases, spoil the teeth.

In fact: boiled bones are harmful, and hollow tubular chicken bones are categorically prohibited. The classic BARF * is built on meat bones.

* BARF (Bones And Raw Food diet or Biologically Appropriate Raw Food diet) is a dog food system based on raw, natural foods.

Bones should be given with meat, fresh and in small quantities.

A trained dog familiar with this system can be given : chicken, turkey and ostrich necks, chicken wings (with care and the first joint removed), clawless paws, beakless heads, beef bats – sugar bone, chicken backs (skeletons), beef vertebrae, beef shoulder blades, soft meat cartilage, calf knees, beef tail.


Reason: food allergies and a misconception about the effect on diabetes.

Answer: Honey is a very useful product for dogs; it is introduced into the diet of puppies, puppy bitches, and animals recovering. This is a real storehouse of trace elements. And the fruit sugars it contains do not carry the risk of developing diabetes. It is given 2-3 times a week for 1 teaspoon – 2 tbsp. spoons (depending on the size of the dog). It is recommended to add honey to cottage cheese and goodies.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *