What are the Bad Herbs & Spices Harmful to your Dog?

by Mariha Smith Manager
When searching all healthy herbs and spices for your dog, you should know the bad ones as well which are very harmful to your furry friends. If you are quite conscious about the health of your pets, you must know all healthy and unhealthy ingredients which seem hazardous to the health of your pet. Let's have a look at the list of bad herbs and spices for dogs:

herbal supplements for dogs Cocoa: Cocoa is very bad for your dog but some people pamper their pet by giving them cocoa as a treat. Everything that contains caffeine or cocoa can leave negative effects on your pet's health. It may cause kidney or heart problems along with other health issues. 
Garlic: Garlic is also harmful to your dog so make sure you don't use garlic in your pet's food. It can be toxic to their body so use it carefully, especially, in your pet's food. If you want to use it to help with fleas, ensure you use a very small quantity. 
Paprika: We often use paprika to enhance the flavor or add some spices in our food which is completely hazardous for the life of your dogs. It may cause skin and eye irritation, gastrointestinal irritation, upset stomach and diarrhea in dogs.
Pepper: Pepper is more like paprika which can cause a severe gastrointestinal irritation, skin irritation and eye irritation. Pepper has no positive effects on dog's health so you need not prepare pepper-free meals for your pup. 
Pennyroyal: Pennyroyal is a minty oil which is generally found in certain types of products and there is no use of it for pets. It can be toxic to the ingested system of dogs. Keep this ingredient out of the food list for your dog food. It can lead difficulty in breathing, lethargy, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea.
Salt: Avoid adding taste using the table salt in your dog's meal. Salty snacks can lead to excessive thirst and frequent urination. Look for the Celtic sale with some Herbal Supplements For Dogs which is the only way can be used to make your pet healthy with healthy food. Otherwise, it can cause diarrhea, cause vomiting and lead to depression, fever or seizures. 
Nutmeg: Nutmeg can lead to severe abdominal pain in your pet which can also cause vomiting and a lot more complications. For their central nervous system, avoid using nutmeg which can even lead to death.
Mace: Mace is another herb which is not meant for the pets. It can be commonly used in the human food but they should not be used in the dog meals to prevent the symptoms similar to the that of nutmeg.

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About Mariha Smith Freshman   Manager

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