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11 human foods that are very dangerous for dogs

Cheese, nuts and grapes have been named as some of the most harmful foods for dogs.

Dog food specialists from PurePetFood.co.uk have found 11 dangerous snacks and ingredients which could cause chaos for our four legged friends and explain why they should be kept out of reach.

Chemicals in onions can cause dogs red blood cells to rupture or reduce how effectively they can carry oxygen around their body.

5. Onions

Chemicals in onions can cause dogs red blood cells to rupture or reduce how effectively they can carry oxygen around their body.
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Excessive salt can harm dogs just like humans. It could cause increased thirst, raise blood pressure, or even sodium ion poisoning in pets, so its best not to let them lick your plate.

6. Ready meals

Excessive salt can harm dogs just like humans. It could cause increased thirst, raise blood pressure, or even sodium ion poisoning in pets, so its best not to let them lick your plate.
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Almonds, cashews, pecans, pistachios and other nuts are packed full of fats and oils that could lead to diarrhoea, vomiting and pancreatitis in dogs.

7. Nuts

Almonds, cashews, pecans, pistachios and other nuts are packed full of fats and oils that could lead to diarrhoea, vomiting and pancreatitis in dogs.
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Used as a sweetener in a range of products including chewing gum, toothpaste and baked desserts, xylitol can cause insulin release in dogs and potentially lead to liver failure.

8. Xylitol

Used as a sweetener in a range of products including chewing gum, toothpaste and baked desserts, xylitol can cause insulin release in dogs and potentially lead to liver failure.
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