Can Dogs Eat Processed Foods?
Processed foods are bad for humans, so you can imagine what they do to dogs. People can at least communicate effectively when they are not feelng well, or stop eating a diet that makes them feel ill. Dogs don’t have the capacity to think as logically, so they will eat overly salty, sweet, or chemical containing processed foods, until they are literally puking. Or worse, until they die from kidney failure, diabetes, obesity, cancer, or some other disease.
Most processed foods are bad for dogs. If you feed your dog processed foods, do it very rarely. They need a good quality dog food with protein as the main source, not snack foods or table scraps. Here is a list of common people foods fed to dogs, and their effects on them:
Can Dogs Drink Alcohol?
Alcohol is one of the worst things you can feed your dog. Even wine containing only 5% alcohol can cause death in canines. Liver damage in dogs can occur because their small livers cannot process the ethanol in alcohol like a human’s liver can. Kidney damage can happen when the kidneys are diverted from filtering blood to filter alcohol. Without proper kidney function, toxins build up, water balance is affected, and your dog can get dehydrated quickly leading to death. Your dog’s heart can go into cardiac arrest because alcohol increases acid in the blood. High alcohol content in a dog’s body can also cause brain damage and seizures due to low blood sugar. Never ever give your dog alcohol of any kind.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Alcohol? NO
Can Dogs Drink Beer?
As with all alcohol, dogs should never be allowed to drink beer. Without even considering the alcohol, just he main ingredients alone are toxic to dogs. Hops are one main ingredient. In the raw form they are extremely poisonous to dogs, and as an ingredient in beer are just slightly less toxic. They can cause violent physical reactions in dogs than can easily lead to kidney failure, and death. Yeast is an active ingredient in beer that can lead to major damage in the stomach and intestines of dogs. Dogs do not have the same anatomy as humans for digesting the ingredients in beer. Their size is much smaller than humans so a small amount of beer will affect them much quicker than an adult human. A dogs liver will be overwhelmed trying to remove the alcohol from his body. Most every organ in a dog’s body is affected negatively from drinking beer or eating the ingredients from beer. Keep beer away from your dog.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Beer? NO
Can Dogs Eat Bread?
You can feed your dog bread, but you shouldn’t. Bread is not harmful to dogs as a toxin or as a choking hazard, unless it is very hard and stale. Avoid croutons in this case. There are no health benefits in bread for a dog, and in fact too much bread can easily lead to overweight issues, and laziness. A healthy dog should be fed a balanced dog food with a good protein base. Some vegetables may be added for fiber and vitamins. After that, fruit and other people foods can be given sparingly as a treat. Bread falls into this treat category. Another negative about bread for dogs is that dogs may get addicted to it very quickly and refuse to eat their regular food. Soon you may have a bloated, spoiled, lethargic animal on your hand. Bread is safe yes, but not recommended.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Bread? NO
Can Dogs Eat Candy?
Candy is made from sugar, and sugar is a toxin according to the ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty in Animals). Some candy is made these days with xylitol, which is a natural sweetener that is considered toxic to dogs. Even in small amounts, xylitol can cause dogs to have seizures, shut down their liver, hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), or even death. And how will you know what candy has xylitol and which doesn’t? Many candies are made with chocolate, another toxin to dogs. Beyond the immediate toxic effects of candy, the sugar can cause tooth decay, obesity, and diabetes over time. Candies come in many shapes and can easily be causes of choking. Needless to say, candy has no nutritional value. If you want to give your pooch something sweet, give him a small piece of fruit. Stay away from candy, there are too many different types that can be trouble.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Candy? NO
Can Dogs Eat Caramel?
Caramel is not toxic to dogs unless it is combined with chocolate, which is toxic. Caramel is made from sugar, not good for your dog, but unless he eats a lot of caramel, he won’t be harmed. The shape of caramel usually comes in a hard or rounded square which can be a choking hazard for smaller dogs. If your dog has consumed a large amount of caramel and you are worried, a vet will recommend that you starve your dog for 24 hours, except for water. This will give his system a chance to get the excess sugar out of his system. The worst that will probably happen is vomiting and diarrhea. Caramel has no nutritional benefits, and the sugar can contribute to obesity and tooth decay. Find a better treat for your dog.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Caramel? NO
Can Dogs Eat Cat Food?
Cat Food is sometimes fed to dogs because pet owners own both dogs and cats. Dogs will get curious and eat out of the cat bowl. Cat Food contains some of the same ingredients that is found in dog food, but it is not made for dogs. It is not meant for dogs, so the ingredients and nutrients added are not good for and not sufficient for growth in dogs in the long run. An example is fat content. Cat food contains an average of 9% fat, while dog food contains 5% fat on average. Cat Food is made in the same shapes as dog food, whether hard or soft, so it is not a choking risk for dogs. If your dog eats some of your cat’s food, no harm will come to your dog. As long as this doesn’t happen often. Please don’t feed your dog cat food on a regular basis. The two types of food are not interchangeable.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Cat Food? YES
Can Dogs Eat Catnip?
Catnip is a dried herb from the mint family. It has a pungent smell for cats and they love it. Dogs however, don’t have the same reaction. They are completely uninterested in catnip the way cats are. Catnip has some minor nutrient effects such as relieving stomach upset, and diarrhea. However, it is not very effective at doing this and there are better foods available that help with a dog’s digestion. Catnip comes in a powdery granulated form, so it is not considered a choking hazard for dogs. Many times it is contained in cloth toys for cats. Dogs toys are normally made of tougher materials, so if a dog gets a hold of a cloth toy and rips through it, swallowing the cloth might be a choking risk. If your dog eats catnip, there are no negative health effects to worry about. It is a natural substance.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Catnip? YES
Can Dogs Eat Cheerios?
Cheerios are fortified breakfast cereal meant for humans. They are made of wheat and sugar and are a processed food, not a natural food. Cheerios contain a balance of added synthetic vitamins and minerals, most of which dogs do not need. Quality dog food is made especially for dogs and balanced with nutrients that dogs need, and a good protein base. Cheerios are not considered a choking hazard for dogs. They are small and porous with a hole in the center. They are even considered safe for babies as a snack, so dogs won’t have a problem with them. If you feed your dog Cheerios once in a while, they are safe. But giving your dog a bowl full of Cheerios when you run out of dog food is a bad idea. They are filler and contain wheat which is hard for your dog to digest. Excess wheat in a dog’s diet can also cause urinary tract infections. Give your dog some fruit or kibble as a treat instead of Cheerios.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Cheerios? NO
Can Dogs Eat Chips?
Chips are a terrible food to feed your dog. They are an over processed food that contain huge amounts of sodium and saturated fat. If your dog eats too much salt, this can lead to many health problems including dehydration, digestive problems like vomiting and diarrhea, and even neurological conditions like tremors and seizures. Chips contain large amounts of saturated, polyunsaturated, and monounsaturated fats. The salt, oil, and flavorings added to chips are addictive to a dog and if you start feeding them chips, they will quickly get hooked and beg you for them. Dogs can develop behavioral problems and start turning down their normal dog food, waiting to be fed chips, especially if they see you eating them. Chips are thin, sharp, and jagged, and are certainly a choking hazard for dogs. If you must feed your dog chips, do so very sparingly and try to wean them off them altogether. There is no value feeding chips to your dog.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Chips? NO
Can Dogs Eat Chocolate?
Chocolate is a combination of the roasted beans of the cacao plant, sugar, vanilla flavoring, and milk. Chocolate contains some dietary fiber and iron, but contains many more negative substances like saturated fats, sugar, sodium, artificial flavors, carbohydrates, and cholesterol. Small amounts of chocolate may give your dog an upset stomach or diarrhea. Large amounts can kill him. This is because of a substance in the cacao plant called theobromine (formerly xantheose). Theobromine causes a wide variety of cardiac diseases in dogs like heart attacks, internal bleeding, and irregular heartbeat. Dark chocolate is worse for dogs, just one ounce can kill a 40 pound dog. Don’t feed your dog even a small amount of chocolate. If your dog eats a large quantity of chocolate by accident, call your vet right away. If within 2 hours, vomiting will be induced. Beyond 2 hours your vet will treat your dog for 72 hours with a variety of care, as there is no antidote for this poisoning.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Chocolate? NO
Can Dogs Eat Crackers?
Crackers are basically a snack food that is one level better than chips. Most crackers are made of grain and grains are hard for a dog to digest. Quality balanced dog foods make a point of stating they are grain free, because they know dog owners will see problems with their dog’s diet with too many grains. Crackers just add more grain to their diets. Most crackers also contain other harmful ingredients like salt and artificial flavorings. These will most certainly create stomach upset in your dog. Crackers can be a choking hazard since they are dry and hard. The shapes are also a concern for choking. Pointy rigid food should not be fed to your dog. Crackers are just filler that can lead to excess weight gain and perhaps choking, so don’t give them to your dog.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Crackers? NO
Can Dogs Eat French Fries?
French Fries are not harmful to dogs once in a blue moon. There is nothing in the average french fry that is toxic to dogs. However, giving your dog french fries more often is harmful to their health and well-being. French fries are made of potatoes, and deep-fried with salt added. Maybe even some ketchup on there. Most of these ingredients can contribute to canine obesity and lethargy. The salt causes high blood pressure. The small amount of nutrients in french fries are not worth the trouble for your dog. Some B6 and potassium, and carbs for energy, do not outweigh the detrimental effects of this fatty food. Give your dog regular meals of premium dog food. They will be healthy and fit, and happier than they will be getting french fries. Choking on fries is not a worry for dogs as they are soft and can easily chew them up.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have French Fries? NO
Can Dogs Drink Gatorade?
Gatorade is a processed sports drink that contains water, some electrolytes, and some other minor nutrients. It is not considered toxic for dogs, and the water content alone is good for your dog for hydration. But Gatorade also contains sugar from fructose, and food dyes like red dye #3. Don’t feed your dog Gatorade.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Gatorade? NO
Can Dogs Eat Graham Crackers?
Graham crackers are not toxic for dogs, and the edges are soft enough for dogs to chew and swallow without choking. However, graham crackers contain almost no nutritional value, while at the same time are made of flour, sugar, with added salt and fat and artificial chemical-based flavorings. They are similar to cookies in this way. Would you feed your dog cookies? Worse yet, they are filler foods that occupy space in your dog’s stomach that should contain a quality balanced dog food or raw meat. This means your dog gets fuller faster and may not eat as much dog food, causing some minor malnourishment. You can feed your dog graham crackers as a treat but it’s best not to. Especially if it is part of a recipe like S’mores that contains chocolate which is deadly for dogs.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Graham Crackers? NO
Can Dogs Eat Gum?
Gum is candy made from synthetic rubber. Gum contains no nutrients, but contain sugar and probably has harmful chemical sweeteners and dyes. Gum is considered a choking hazard for dogs because of the stretchy nature of gum. It can get caught on your dog’s teeth and choking can occur. Gum contains a poison for dogs call Xylitol which causes vomiting, seizures, and liver cancer. Do not feed your dog gum.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Gum? NO
Can Dogs Eat Gummy Bears?
Gummy Bears are very similar to gum. They are a sticky candy that is made from corn syrup. Gummy Bears contain no nutrient value for dogs or humans. Just sugar, sweeteners, chemicals, and coloring. Gummy Bears is considered a choking hazard for dogs because they are sticky, round shaped candy that can easily get lodged in your dog’s throat. Xylitol is also found in gummy bears and will make your dog sick or kill your dog if the amounts are high enough. A very bad food for dogs. Don’t feed them gummy bears.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Gummy Bears? NO
Can Dogs Eat Honey?
Honey is a sweet food produced by bees when they gather nectar from flowers. Honey contains no significant nutrients, but contains 64 calories and 17 grams of carbohydrates per tablespoon. Honey can relieve allergy symptoms in some dogs. Honey is not considered a choking hazard for dogs because it is soft, and even though it is sticky, it can be mixed with the dog’s saliva to make it go down easy. Honey can put weight on dogs if too much is fed to them. It is a sweet sticky treat that should only be given once in a while.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Honey? YES
Can Dogs Eat Ice?
Ice is frozen water. Ice contains no nutritional value if it is just water. However snow cones or other flavored ice contains sugar, artificial colors and flavors, possibly even a sweetener called Xylitol which is harmful to your dog and can kill him. Ice is not considered a choking hazard for dogs because it is crunchy, will melt, and is slippery so goes down easy. Ice can be given to your dog on hot days as a treat and to help hydrate him. Flavored ice containing sugary sweet ingredients is not good for your dog.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Ice? YES
Can Dogs Drink Ice Water?
Ice Water is a good way to hydrate your dog on a warm day. Ice Water contains no nutrients, unless other added ingredients are present. These added ingredients will probably be sugary and from chemical, if it is a processed food product. Ice Water is not considered a choking hazard for dogs because it’s water, it’s cold, it’s no problem for your dog. He may get brain freeze but that goes away quickly. Ice water without any added ingredients is a great idea your dog will appreciate on a hot day. They don’t have sweat glands, so they can’t cool themselves like humans. Panting, and cold things like ice water help them to lower their internal body temperature.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Ice Water? YES
Can Dogs Eat Jello?
Jello is a name brand for gelatin snack or dessert foods. Jello contains sugar and artificial sweeteners that may be harmful for your dog. Just about no nutritional value whatsoever. Jello is not considered a choking hazard for dogs because it’s soft and easily swallowed. Sometimes fruit is added which if too hard may be a choking problem for your dog, so look out for that. Jello is a bad idea for your dog. It has no nutritional benefit and the chemical additives are probably harmful for your dog, and may be fatal (Xylitol). Dogs will enjoy an apple slice more anyway.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Jello? NO
Can Dogs Eat Ketchup?
Ketchup is a sauce made mostly from tomatoes. Ketchup contains sugar and sodium, no fat, about 19 calories per tablespoon, and low levels of vitamins. Ketchup is not considered a choking hazard for dogs because it’s basically a liquid which is easily swallowed. Ketchup is made from ripe tomatoes which is healthy for your dog. The other ingredients like sugar and salt make ketchup unhealthy for your dog. A little ketchup is OK, a lot is bad for dogs.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Ketchup? NO
Can Dogs Eat Licorice?
Licorice is a candy that contains sugar, corn syrup, lots of calories, and no nutrition for your dog. Licorice contains dyes and flavor chemicals, artificial sweeteners like Xylitol, and sugar. Also, glycyrrhizin is a chemical added to candy licorice that is toxic for dogs. Licorice is considered a choking hazard for dogs because it is a solid, rounded candy that can lodge in your dog’s throat. Real licorice is a legume and has beneficial nutritional properties. But commercially made candy licorice has no connection to the licorice plant. It’s flavor comes artificially from chemicals, and a whole lot of corn syrup and sugar is used to make candy licorice. Do not feed your dog licorice.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Licorice? NO
Can Dogs Eat Marshmallows?
Marshmallows are sugary candy made with gelatin and corn starch. Marshmallows contain no good ingredients for dogs. Just 8 teaspoons of sugar and 150 calories per cup. Marshmallows are considered a choking hazard for dogs because the shape and consistency is perfect for getting stuck in your dog’s wind pipe. They are cylindrical and rounded, and just hard enough that your dog will try to swallow them whole. They are spongy and coated with a chalky residue that make them perfect for a tight fit in your dog’s throat. No nutrition, actually harmful amounts of sugar that cause obesity and tooth decay, plus a major choking hazard. Keep marshmallows away from your dog!
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Marshmallows? NO
Can Dogs Eat Nutella?
Nutella is a sweet, sugary, chocolate spread or dip that comes in jars. It contains hazelnuts and is bought by people thinking it is an alternative to peanut butter. Nutella contains a lot of sugar, and only minor amounts of protein and vitamins. Nutella is not considered a choking hazard for dogs because while it is sticky, it can be eaten by dogs as well as they eat peanut butter. Nutella is a poor substitute for peanut butter. It contains much less protein, more fat, and more sugar. It also contains chocolate which is harmful to dogs in large amounts. It may also have Xylitol as an artificial sweetener, and this is toxic for dogs. Empty calories from sugar and chemicals are not a good food for your dog.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Nutella? NO
Can Dogs Eat Pasta?
Pasta is a processed, refined food made using grains and eggs, with spices, herbs, cheese, and sauces added. Pasta contains high amounts of calories to the additional ingredients added. The pasta itself is usually made from the white endosperm part of wheat, and contains no good nutrition. Pasta is not considered a choking hazard for dogs because it is usually consumed cooked, boiled, and soft so is easy for dogs to swallow. Pasta is a bad idea for dogs. It is not necessarily toxic, but all of the additional ingredients will cause obesity and diseases like diabetes, if pasta is fed to dogs regularly. The carbohydrates, fat, and sugar in pasta makes people fat, so why wouldn’t it do the same to dogs. A little pasta won’t hurt your dog, but don’t make it a habit.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Pasta? YES
Can Dogs Eat Peanut Butter?
Peanut Butter is a paste-like food spread that is made from ground up peanuts. It is found in most kitchens in North America. Peanut Butter contains good amounts of non-animal protein, and small amounts of vitamins and minerals. Commercially made peanut butter contains sugar, high fat levels, and may contain an artificial sweetener called Xylitol which is toxic to dogs. Peanut Butter is not considered a choking hazard for dogs because even though it is sticky, dogs have enough saliva to make it wet enough to be swallowed. Peanut butter has been a regular treat for dogs for a long time. Unfortunately, peanut butter products have been transformed over the years into a sugary spread containing bad trans fats and unhealthy amounts of fungus that cause cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure, and long-term poisoning. Peanut butter is no longer the food we once knew and should be avoided by both dogs and humans. Give your dog a handful of peanuts or a dog biscuit instead.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Peanut Butter? NO
Can Dogs Eat Pizza?
Pizza is a cooked food made of white flour dough, tomato sauce, cheeses, and a variety of toppings that may be harmful for dogs. Pizza contains a lot of calories, cholesterol, fats, and may contain mushrooms that are deadly for dogs. Pizza is not considered a choking hazard for dogs because it’s soft and they can chew it easily enough. Please don’t feed your dog pizza. The obesity problems alone should be a good enough reason, but toppings like mushrooms, cheese, and pepperoni, cannot be anything but bad for your dog. Pizza is as harmful to dogs as it is to humans.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Pizza? NO
Can Dogs Eat Popcorn?
Popcorn is a type of corn made when heat expands the corn kernel and explodes it into the popcorn shape. Popcorn contains useful amounts of dietary fiber, some minerals, and very low calories. Butter or toppings added to popcorn add more calories. Popcorn is not considered a choking hazard for dogs because popcorn has an irregular shape and soft texture that digests with a dog’s saliva. Popcorn is ok for your dog to eat once in a while. It does not add much to your dog’s nutrition. The butter and salt sometimes found on popcorn can be bad for your dog. Plain popcorn is best.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Popcorn? YES
Can Dogs Eat Potato Chips?
Potato Chips are deep-fried, thin slices of potato, fried with vegetable oil, and salt and artificial flavorings added. Potato Chips contain a lot of calories, bad trans fats, salt, and chemical flavorings. Small amounts of vitamins are present, but they don’t make up for the bad ingredients in potato chips. Potato Chips are not considered a choking hazard for dogs because they are thin and crunchy and can be eaten easily by dogs. However, some thicker potato chip products may cause choking, depending on the shape. Potato chips are a bad idea for dogs that can contribute to obesity and malnutrition. The salt in potato chips can cause high blood pressure and dehydration in dogs. Don’t feed your dog potato chips.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Potato Chips? NO
Can Dogs Eat Pretzels?
Pretzels are a bread product that is baked into a hard, crunchy, twisted shape, usually with salt added to the outside. Pretzels contain small amounts of iron and protein. There are 100 calories in one ounce of pretzels. Pretzels are considered a choking hazard for dogs because the hard texture combined with the thin shapes are like eating twigs for your dog. The ends are sharp and can get into your dogs throat before being fully chewed. This can cause punctures in the cheeks and trachea, and a food blockage can occur that can lead to choking. Pretzels are made with wheat which dogs cannot digest well. Salt is added to the outside which will dehydrate your dog causing excessive thirst, urination, kidney function problems, and contributing to a spike in blood pressure. The low quality protein in pretzels does not make up for the health risks and choking concerns of pretzels for dogs. Do not give your dog pretzels.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Pretzels? NO
Can Dogs Eat Pumpkin Pie?
Pumpkin Pie is a baked sweet dessert that is made with pumpkin puree, eggs, cream, and flour. Pumpkin Pie contains vitamin A, C, B6, B12, potassium, iron, protein, and dietary fiber. It also contains saturated and unsaturated fats, cholesterol, sodium, excess carbohydrates, and is about 350 calories for just one slice. Pumpkin Pie is not considered a choking hazard for dogs because it is soft and easy to chew and swallow. Pumpkin pie contains nutmeg which is a toxin for dogs and can cause seizures or even death in larger amounts. Pumpkin pie also contains flour, sugar, fat, oil, and cream, all of which cause obesity in dogs long-term, and upset stomach in dogs short-term. Pumpkin is healthy for dogs, the pie ingredients are not. Give your dog pureed pumpkin instead of pumpkin pie.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Pumpkin Pie? NO
Can Dogs Eat Salt?
Salt is a mineral, not a food, and is added to food for taste. Salt contains sodium, and lots of it. No other nutrients are found in salt. Salt is not considered a choking hazard for dogs because in the table salt form, salt is swallowed by dogs without choking. Salt is a bad idea for dogs to eat. Salt, either alone or on food, can cause sodium ion poisoning in dogs. Salt affects the cardiac system of dogs negatively and will create high blood pressure leading to sickness and death. Salt consumption in dogs can also cause illness symptoms like vomiting, diarrhea, dehydration, coma, and seizures.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Salt? NO
Can Dogs Drink Soda?
Soda is a processed drink made with carbonated water, sugar or corn syrup, artificial flavors and colors. Soda contains no nutritional value, but has a lot of negative nutrition such as carbohydrates (39 grams per 12 ounces), sugar (10 teaspoons per 12 ounces), and about 150 calories per 12 ounces. Most soda also contains caffeine. Soda is not considered a choking hazard for dogs because it is a liquid. Soda is truly one of the worst “foods” that can be consumed by humans or dogs. It contains substances that are considered the number one cause of obesity in humans, and it will do the same to dogs. It contains chemical substances like artificial sweeteners and colors that are known to be cancer causing. Caffeine in soda is dangerous for dogs. It can lead to heart problems, and will at the least cause vomiting or diarrhea. Soda is not even good for hydration because of the sugar. The caffeine is a diuretic which causes urination, so it fights against hydration making it worse. Do not give you dog soda.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Soda? NO
Can Dogs Eat Spicy Food?
Spicy Food is food that activates the salivary glands and has a strong zing taste. Spicy Food contains good levels of immune boosting nutrients. Spicy Food is not considered a choking hazard for dogs because this term refers to the taste and not the texture or form. If the spice is on something sharp, then it can be a choking hazard. Good antibacterial properties and immune boosting properties make it ok for dogs, just don’t give too much which may cause diarrhea.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Spicy Food? NO
Can Dogs Eat Sugar?
Sugar is a processed food made from sugar cane and appears as a white granular substance. Sugar contains no nutrition whatsoever and some cancer causing substances. Sugar is not considered a choking hazard for dogs because depending on how it is given, is usually part of some soft food. Terrible for dogs. Leads to obesity, cancer, tooth decay.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have Sugar? NO
Can Dogs Eat White Chocolate?
White Chocolate is a chocolate product that gets it’s taste and color from vanilla. White Chocolate contains sugar, no nutrients. White Chocolate is not considered a choking hazard for dogs because they are soft and can be chewed. The sugar is bad for dogs, causing obesity, tooth decay, diabetes, cancer, and early death.
Conclusion: Can Dogs Have White Chocolate? NO