Alcohol causes harm to dogs; may lead to depression, breathing difficulties, tremors, coma, and death. If consumed, seek help from the Animal Poison Control Center or a veterinarian right away.
Avocados aren't dog-friendly due to digestive issues, and excessive consumption may lead to cardiovascular problems.
Cooked and bird bones are dangerous for dogs, while uncooked livestock bones are safe.
Caffeine can cause vomiting, diarrhea, seizures and even death in dogs.
Sugar is unnecessary and dangerous for dogs as it can lead to hyperactivity, weight gain, and diabetes even in small amounts found in candy due to sugars and preservatives.
Chocolate, due to the methylxanthines content in the cacao seed, is toxic to dogs and should never be given to them, especially dark and baking chocolate, and even white chocolate should be avoided.
Coconut and its products are generally safe for dogs in small amounts, but fresh coconut milk may cause loose stool and diarrhea, so caution is advised.
Grapes and raisins are highly toxic to dogs and can cause kidney failure even in small amounts, though scientists are still unsure which compound is responsible for this reaction.
Dogs and cats lack lactase enzyme to break down lactose, causing vomiting and diarrhea. Avoid giving them cheese, dairy-based sauces, and milk.