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Dog eating commercial foods The American College of Veterinary Nutrition stated that there are many types of healthy and safe commercial foods for dog feeding, as these products contain meat, fruits, vegetables, vitamins and legumes, taking into account the stage in which The animal passes through it if it is sick or old in age and others when choosing one of these types, and it is worth noting that there are foods that suit all stages. [1] Volume 0% Human foods There are several types of healthy human foods that are safe for dogs; For foods low in sugar, salt, and fat, such as apples, bananas, and meat such as chicken, turkey, and beef, [2] in addition to the following: [3] Black berries: It is filled with minerals, vitamins, antioxidants, and fiber. Eggs: Eggs are a safe food rich in proteins, minerals and vitamins that can be fed to dogs. Peas: It is considered a healthy food rich in nutrients necessary for dogs, taking care to feed dogs fresh or frozen peas, and avoid cans filled with salt. Carrots: A healthy food rich in minerals, fibers and vitamins, and is considered a low-calorie, and it is one of the light meals that can be fed to dogs cooked or uncooked. Poisonous or harmful foods for dogs Most dogs eat all kinds of food, but there are toxic or harmful foods that must be avoided, including the following: [2] High-fat foods. Grapes and raisins. Food or drinks rich in caffeine. Salt: When dogs eat large amounts of salt, this leads to vomiting and diarrhea, and may lead to death. [3] Avocado: It contains a very toxic substance called persin, which causes fluid buildup in the chest and lung, which impedes the process Breathing ending in death. [3] Onions: it contains amongst its components a toxic compound called propyl disulfide (English: Allyl propyl disulfide), which causes damage to red blood cells of dogs, which inhibits its activity in transporting oxygen through the body, causing anemia. 3] Chocolate: Chocolate dogs may cause diarrhea, dehydration, and vomiting He developed the situation for the dog to experience internal bleeding, tremors of the muscles, and then death, and it is worth noting that unsweetened chocolate such as cocoa powder is more toxic than sweetened chocolate such as milk chocolate, so feeding both dogs should be avoided. [3] For dogs by age group as follows: [2] Small dogs: need 3-6 times a day from meals, so that the level of sugar in the blood does not decrease. Adult dogs: Most experts indicate that the appropriate amount of food is for this category twice a day

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