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13 foods dogs can't eat

Eat This, Not That! Logo By Brittany Anas of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 2 of 14: If you’ve got an apple tree and your dog treats the backyard like a buffet, you’ll want to make sure he’s not chomping on too much of the fruit. Apple seeds contain amygdalin, which when chewed up and digested can convert to low levels of cyanide. “A small quantity isn’t a big deal,” says Dr. Gary Richter, a veterinary health expert with pet care site Rover.com. “But if your dog eats a lot of apples, this could become a problem.”

1. Apple seeds

If you’ve got an apple tree and your dog treats the backyard like a buffet, you’ll want to make sure he’s not chomping on too much of the fruit. Apple seeds contain amygdalin, which when chewed up and digested can convert to low levels of cyanide. “A small quantity isn’t a big deal,” says Dr. Gary Richter, a veterinary health expert with pet care site Rover.com. “But if your dog eats a lot of apples, this could become a problem.”

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