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The salt is placed on the ground safe for your dog?

The steps on my back porch are icey and my dogs arent able to get it or until they. I the stars came down the stairs, at the moment, but it's okay to put ice on the steps to melt ice, or will be harmful to my dog? Thanks!

No, not safe. But there is salt products that are safe for dogs, children and the environment. We use is called "Safe Paw," but there are others. It is available in many pet stores or online business. The thing to remember is that a product has to touch the animals legs ", but that animals licking clean. So what you put on the sidewalk, driveway, etc will be entering his mouth and swallowed. Thus, poisoning is a risk as too much stomach pain Salt and all other chemicals in this matter.

Pet Food Recall € No more fear "Selecting healthy food for dogs

With the recent recall of anxiety feed we will make an effort to prepare homemade food for our pets. Preparing healthy meals prepared at home for our animals, we know exactly what is happening in your body. We are able to control the food intake of dogs and especially enables us Waggy years happier with our animal friends. Therefore, make a commitment today to become doggieâ € ™ s your favorite chef!

Some tips on how to select sources of food for your pet at home preparation of food for pets. Put in your bag and refer to the list when shopping for dog food homemade. This is to ensure you do not accidentally add sufficient sources food for pets that may harm your health.

Shopping list of foods for your dog should avoid:

Corn, soybean, sesame, sunflower oil:

Avoid using all brands of polyunsaturated vegetable oils, because they are chemically unstable resulting in toxic compounds that can damage membranes, DNA and cells that promote cancer, inflammation and degenerative changes in the tissue.

Soybean:

Dogs with allergies to soy can find their dogs with itching skin, scales and an opaque layer and can cause swelling in dogs, and also a product of gas production.

Dairy Products

Some Examples of consumer products are butter, cream, milk: they are high in fat and unhealthy dogs are overweight. Dogs are lactose intolerant can also severe diarrhea.

Pork:

Some dogs are prone to allergic reaction the pork. But if your dog responds well to it, you can include in your diet, but must be cooked thoroughly to kill any microorganisms that may be harmful to them.

Sugar:

Sugar is a major cause of excessive shedding, weight problems, the conditions of diabetes and behavior problems in dogs. Excessive amounts can lead to obesity and dental care.

Sal:

May cause kidney problems and cause excessive dog run and can lead to electrolyte imbalance. The salt is all I feel safe enough to add a bit before the food is the salt sea salt sea has many natural minerals that are good for your pet. Just sprinkle a little to taste and health

Nuts:

Some dogs are allergic to nuts. In addition, nuts are generally poor for dogs as their high phosphorus is said to possibly lead to bladder stones, including nuts. They are toxic to dogs and all accounts must be avoided.

Peanut butter / peanuts:

They are high in fat and can cause allergies in dogs.

Onions:

They can cause anemia in dogs.

Crumbled bacon or bacon:

These are high in salt and fat.

Tuna:

Tuna contains mercury which is harmful to dogs. If we are not sure of the source of the fish. Otherwise, you will continue to increase Supplements your pet's natural immune system to eliminate toxins.

Raisins and grapes:

Are toxic to dogs! They contain a toxin which can damage the kidneys. Symptoms may include gastrointestinal symptoms such as vomiting and diarrhea potentially fatal kidney failure began about 24 hours after ingestion. The daily intake of grapes in these cases varies between 9 ounces and 2 pounds. Who have worked to between 0.41 and 1.1 g / kg of body weight.

night shade vegetables (eg tomatoes): It is known that are toxic to dogs. This plant contains atropine, which can cause dilated pupils, tremors, and cardiac arrhythmias.

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I am an avid dog lover. Since I was a child, I have been reading lots of books about caring for dogs and solving behavioral problems. I have learnt thru the hard way using various methods in resolving my pet ownership challenges. Right now, I have loads of precious information gathered over the many years of reading and researching. It is my passion and joy to share all these lessons on pet care to my fellow dog lovers all over the world so they can also have many happy healthy years ahead with their beloved pets.


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