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Keep Your Furry Friend Safe All Summer Long With These BBQ Party Tips

Country Living Logo By Chaise Sanders of Country Living | Slide 2 of 6: Those puppy dog eyes are powerful, but don't let it get the best of you. Just look away when you get those sad eyes while you eat your BBQ and ask guests not to give them scraps. Dr. Earley suggests avoiding giving dogs foods that are fatty or spicy, such as sausage, gristle, or hot dogs. These can wreak havoc on their digestive system. Even cooked bones can be hazardous if they splinter. Here's a list of toxic foods to avoid giving your pet:chocolatemacadamia nutonion grapesraisinsxylitol, a certain type of artificial sweetener found in certain gum and candy

2) Avoid Those Puppy Dog Eyes and Giving Them Table Scraps

Those puppy dog eyes are powerful, but don't let it get the best of you. Just look away when you get those sad eyes while you eat your BBQ and ask guests not to give them scraps. Dr. Earley suggests avoiding giving dogs foods that are fatty or spicy, such as sausage, gristle, or hot dogs. These can wreak havoc on their digestive system. Even cooked bones can be hazardous if they splinter.

Here's a list of toxic foods to avoid giving your pet:

  • chocolate
  • macadamia nut
  • onion
  • grapes
  • raisins
  • xylitol, a certain type of artificial sweetener found in certain gum and candy
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