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You might not know these common foods are bad for dogs

The Active Times Logo By Aaliyah Gibson of The Active Times | Slide 1 of 26: Dogs are more than man’s best friend. Our furry canine companions help us become better people by teaching us responsibility and patience. And no matter what breed you might have or how big or small they might be, dogs show us just how deep our love can go. So when you’re snacking around the house and your pet gives you puppy dog eyes (literally), you might feel tempted to give them a small bite. Unfortunately, being generous with your pet isn’t always safe. Common foods that we pick up from our local grocery stores can be bad for dogs. Using information from the American Kennel Club, the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Hill’s Pet Nutrition, we determined what foods you need to keep out of your dog’s diet.

Bad for Dogs? Common Foods You Might Not Know Can Harm Your Pet

Dogs are more than man’s best friend. Our furry canine companions help us become better people by teaching us responsibility and patience. And no matter what breed you might have or how big or small they might be, dogs show us just how deep our love can go.

So when you’re snacking around the house and your pet gives you puppy dog eyes (literally), you might feel tempted to give them a small bite. Unfortunately, being generous with your pet isn’t always safe. Common foods that we pick up from our local grocery stores can be bad for dogs.

Using information from the American Kennel Club, the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Hill’s Pet Nutrition, we determined what foods you need to keep out of your dog’s diet.

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