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Canine Carrot Cookie Recipe

This recipe is good for dogs that don’t do well with wheat. Ingredients 2 finely chopped or shredded carrots 2 cups of rice flour 1/2 to 1 cup of water 1 cup of oats 2 eggs Preheat oven to 370°F Preparation Labrador Retriever Cookie Cutter Mix eggs, rice flour, oats, and carrots together. Slowly add…[Read More]

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Can Dogs Eat Grapes?

Can dogs eat grapes (or raisins)? The answer is no. Although there is not a definitive answer as to what exactly is in grapes and raisins that is unsafe but allowing your dog to eat either one can cause kidney failure. It only takes a small amount to make a dog ill. An early warning…[Read More]

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Can Dogs Eat Apples?

Unlike cats, dogs are omnivores and apples can make for a healthy treat. Although dogs can eat apples, apples cannot be consumed in their entitrety as the seeds of the core contain chemical compounds such as arsenic, that are poisonous to dogs and other animals.   Dogs should also be kept away from rotting/fermenting apples…[Read More]

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Poisonous, Harmful and Toxic Food For Dogs

Alcohol and Yeast Dough Alcoholic beverages contain ethanol – a seriously toxic chemical compound that causes central nervous system and respiratory depression. Uncooked yeast doughs also produce ethanol. Even small amounts of ethanol can cause toxic effects. Ethanol Toxicity Symptoms in Dogs: Signs include sedation, depression, lethargy, weakness, drunken gait and hypothermia (low body temperature).…[Read More]

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