These 11 foods are deadly for your pet!

Yes, pets ours are cute when they ask for food, but beware. You can not just give them anything. Some foods are actually dangerous for the animal.

In fact, there's a lot of "people food" your pet should never eat. Some foods are downright dangerous for them -- and some of these common foods may surprise you.

If you suspect your pet has eaten any of the following foods, please note the amount ingested and contact your veterinarian

1. CHOCOLATE

Chocolate contains a substance called theobromine. This substance can destroy the dog's lungs, nervous system, and liver. Cats, horses, rabbits, guinea pigs, and canaries should not get chocolate.
10 foods are deadly for your pet

2. Grapes and raisins
Just a few grapes / raisins are enough that your dog can get sick. Small amounts can cause liver and kidney damage, actually.

3. MILK
This is perhaps surprising to you, but adult cats are lactose intolerant. They can not break down the sugar in milk, and although they are not in danger, the cat quickly gets diarrhea and become dehydrated.

4. MEAT BONE AND FATS
Cats do not have to consume meat bone and fat. It's not serious, but it can give the cat stomach problems, diarrhea, and nausea.

5. MACADAMIAS
Dogs can get sick of eating macadamia nuts. It's not serious, but they may experience nausea, vomiting, and other discomfort.

6. ONION
Cats should did not eat onions. If the cat ingests onions, can break down the cat's red blood cells. It can cause anemia, weight loss and fatigue.

8. GUM
Chewing gum containing xylitol substance. The substance can cause irritation of the pancreas in dogs, and get them to secrete insulin, which in turn leads to low blood sugar and can damage the liver.

9. COFFEE
Large amounts of caffeine can be fatal to your cat. Small doses can cause restlessness, breathlessness, palpitations and tremors in the body.

10. RAW EGGS
Eggs contain the substance avidin, which allows the cat is unable to absorb the vitamin B in the body. It's not serious, but also not good for your cat.

11. COCONUT AND COCONUT OIL
When ingested in small amounts, coconut and coconut-based products are not likely to cause serious harm to your pet. The flesh and milk of fresh coconuts do contain oils that may cause stomach upset, loose stools or diarrhea.


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