Each month my articles address topics important to you and your family’s health. Since pets are part of our family, here is a reminder about common
foods we share with them that could endanger them.

Pets should avoid: Food containing Xylitol – is commonly found in many foods that humans eat, like gum, peanut butter, candy, pudding, ketchup,
BBQ sauces, and pancake syrups.

Also avoid: avocados / alcohol / onions, shallots, leeks, and garlic / caffeine / chocolate / grapes / raisins/ ice cream / cinnamon / citrus / spinach / coconut / coconut oil / nuts

Bacon – Yes, bacon. Eating a large amount can cause pancreatitis, which can be fatal.

Say yes to sharing small quantities of popcorn, boneless fish & salmon, cheese, corn, eggs, pork, shrimp, tuna.

Let’s love and protect our pets so we can enjoy them for many years to come.

Source: activebeat.com / medvetforpets.com/ heartdogs.com / ASPCA / American Kennel Club.