15 Foods You Should Never Give Your Dog



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#1 Onions & Garlic

While not harmful in smaller doses, ingestion of large quantities of these vegetables can result in damage to red blood cells as well as gastrointestinal distress. Signs of ingestion include panting, loose stool, high heart rate, and blood in urine. Store onions and garlic out of the reach of dogs to prevent allowing for a possible toxic dose.