20 Dangerous Foods for Pugs ( part 2)

20 Dangerous Foods for Pugs ( part 2)

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11.
Raw Salmon

The raw salmon can be very dangerous for Pugs. This fish is highly toxic. So don’t share a sushi with your pug.

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12.
Mushrooms

Mushrooms can be poisonous foods for pugs. Depending on the mushroom, there are different toxic effects. Mushrooms that are grown in the wild can be extremely hazardous.
The safest choice for your pug is to avoid mushrooms.

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13.
Almonds, Pistachio Nuts, Macadamia Nuts, Walnuts

Almonds, pistachio nuts, macadamia nuts, and walnuts contain toxins that can affect the muscles, digestive system, and nervous system. These foods are rich of phosphorous that may cause bladder stones.
They are also full of fat.

Macadamia nuts, in particular, contain an unknown toxin that makes these nuts a potentially dangerous food for pugs. Even small amounts of nuts are toxic.
Avoid them.

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14.
Apple Seeds, Pear Seeds, Persimmons Seeds

All these seeds contain cyanogenic glycosides that can result in cyanide poisoning.

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15.
Tomato Plants

Tomato Plants and vines are rich of toxins that can cause dilated pupils, tremors and irregular heartbeat. The most toxic parts of the plant are the leaves and the stems of tomato.
Be careful when your pug want to help you in the garden.

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16.
Potato peeling and green

Potato peeling and undeveloped potatoes contain toxins. Consuming either potato peelings or green potatoes put your pug at risks.

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17.
Rhubarb Leaves

Rhubarb leaves contain calcium oxalates. The leaves make this vegetable one of the most poisonous food for a pug dog.

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18.
Salt

Be carfeul because too much salt causes an electrolyte imbalances in pug dogs.

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19.
Yeast Dough

Yeast dough can expand in the digestive system causing bloating. Yeast dough can also cause gas to build up in your pug’s gastrointestinal tract.

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20.
Xylitol

It is a common artificial sweetener used by diabetics. Xylitol is not for pugs. It can cause a sudden drop in blood sugar.

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