Nunca en la boca de un perro …

Hace unos días Svart se enfermó y yo me espanté mucho… pensé que me sentiría muy mal si algo irreversible le pasara. Y, bueno quiero cuidarlo lo más posible. Una de las cosas que sé debo cuidar más es su comida.

Svart come Proplan, pero gusta él también de comidas más mundanas… como pan chino remojado en leche, galletas Marías remojadas en leche, café con leche, yogurth, quesos de todo tipo, jamón, hasta tacos de huevo cocido 😦

Y aunque sé que me las pide, pienso que es necesario dejar de darle todo lo que me pida. Por éso busqué una lista de los alimentos que nunca debería n llegar a su boca:

Uvas y pasas: Pueden causar falla en los riñones, incluso una porción pequeña de pasas puede matar a un perro

Cebolla: La cebolla destruye las celulas rojas del perro y puede causarle anemia

Chocolate: Puede causar convulsiones, coma y hatsa la muerte

Café y alimentos que contengan cafeína:
Provoca síntomas parecidos a los del chocolate.

Nueces: Debido a su alto contenido de fósforo aumentan la posibilidad de desarrollar piedras en la vejiga.

Grasa animal y comidas fritas: Grasa en exceso puede provocar pancreatitis

Huesos: Los huesos cocinados pueden astillarse y dañar los órganos internos de un perro.

Jitomates: Pueden causar tumores y arritmias cardiacas. La planta del jitomate es aún más tóxica que la planta en sí.

Aguacate: la planta, la semilla y el fruto en sí son tóxicos. Pueden causar dificultad al respirar y la acumulación de fluidos en el pecho, abdomen y corazón.

Las semillas de manzanas, cerezas y duraznos pueden contener cianuro.

Huevos crudos:
Puede causar salmonela.

Independencia #90
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7 thoughts on “Nunca en la boca de un perro …

  1. にんにく、
    たまねぎ、
    長ネギ、
    ポロネギ、

    どれも独特のにおいでわかるんだけど、特に子犬ちゃんは口に触れるものはゼ〜んぶ食べちゃう。

    犬は、硫酸アリルという物質で中毒を起こすんだ。

    絶対食べさせちゃだめだね。

  2. Hi Esmava!
    I found this article in a Swedish scientific magazine. I thought you might be interested in reading it:

    Why can’t dogs tolerate chocolate?

    Chocolate is made from sugar and the cocoa tree seeds. This includes Theobromine and Caffeine, which affects the nervous system of humans and has a refreshing and harmless effect.

    Dogs are like people happy munching sweets and chocolate if given the opportunity. That should not be allowed. The content of Theobromine (also known as xantheose) in chocolate, is toxic to them, because it takes much longer for dogs to digest that substance than for people.

    The slow degradation has a negative effect on the dog’s nervous system, cardiovascular system and kidneys.

    If the dog eats too much chocolate, the dog can get the symptoms vomiting, diarrhea, palpitations, increased urination, muscle paralysis and restlessness. Serious chocolate poisoning can lead to respiratory problems, cardiac arrest and in rare cases to death. It is important not to panic, if the dog has swallowed a piece of chocolate. It takes mostly a lot of chocolate before poisoning symptoms occur.

    How much dog can withstand depends on the dog’s size and type of chocolate. As an example; dark chocolate in its liquid stage for drinking, contains nearly seven times as much Theobromine as the hardened dark chocolate in a chocolate bar.

    Theobromine can also be found in a number of other foods, including the leaves of the tea plant and the cola nut.

    • Wow Thank you!
      I´ve heard it´s the same for humans too, if we eat a big, big amount of chocolate, poisoning symptoms appears… but as long as we eat a small amount it´s OK, right? Could it be kind of the same with dogs?
      I mean, if you could see how much Svart likes chocolate, and how much he begs for a bit of it…it feels like the cruelest would be not giving him nothing, could a very very small amount be Ok???

  3. Too much of anything is not good for either humans, nor animals…

    However, according to this scientific report, a piece of chocolate now and then wouldn’t hurt 🙂

    It takes huge amounts to be dangerous, scientists say. But I think that it can also be very individual – I know that animals as well us we humans sometimes have allergies for certain things, then even small doses can be dangerous.

    I also feel very cruel not giving Frosja more food when she begs so intense, with big sad eyes, making sounds like she never, ever have been given any food before in her entire life…

    And she has just finished 2 plates of fish or chicken! Amazing!

    I think it’s very much OK to treat Svart with a piece of small chocolate now and then – when he has been a good dog of course! 😛

    If I were you I would observe him after giving him a small piece. If he is OK – then I wouldn’t worry 🙂

  4. Dos pequeñas “observaciones”:

    1) Hubieses conseguido una foto más adecuada. Estoy casi seguro que Svart está del tamaño de las uvas 😛

    2) El conocimiento popular dice: Si no come huesos no es perro 😆

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