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10 Indigenous Foods That Can Kill Your Pet

10 Indigenous Foods That Can Kill Your Pet
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We groom them, care for them and it is so hard when we have to give them away.

Sometimes, unknowingly while enjoying a great feast you appreciate him with a treat. But make sure it is not one of these things.
These things will really affect his health and cause death.

So make sure your furry friend is safe and sound. 

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Candy

Candy

Candies contain xylitol. If your pet swallows one, you should take him right away to a vet. Candy consumption can lead to a drop his blood sugar levels causing seizures and loss of coordination.

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Avacado- The Chemical Persin

Avacado- The Chemical Persin
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This fruit contains a chemical called Persin which can instantly affect the lungs and hurt of the animals. Take care that they do not consume it in any form.

Beer

Beer
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Consumption of a lot of beer is bad for you and it can have an extremely devastating effect on your pet. One sip can damage their lungs and brain beyond repair.

Nuts

Nuts
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Consumption of nuts can damage your pet's health more than you can image. Within a few hours of the consumption, it can lead to his inability to stand, vomiting, paralysis and in many cases fatigue.

Chocolate

Chocolate
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Chocolate contains bromine, which can make your pet's heartbeat rapidly. Consumption in large quantities can lead to fatigue.

Caffeine

Caffeine
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Caffeine can affect your pet's central nervous cardiac systems, lead to hyperactivity and slowly- death.

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Grapes and Raisins

Grapes and Raisins
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Just one raisin is enough to kill your dog. They lead to kidney failure in dogs.

Onions

Onions
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It can affect your animals red blood cells and lead to anemia, weakness and difficulty breathing

Medicines

Medicines
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A pet should never consume medicines. Though medicines have a healing affect on us, they have an opposite effect on our furry friends.

Cooked Bones

Cooked Bones
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Cooked bones can splinter your dog's digestive track and cause death.

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