What must a dog not eat? Which homemade products are allowed?

What other household products can dogs eat and which are prohibited for dogs?

Can dogs eat bread?

Yes, dogs can eat bread, but it is not recommended. Bread contains many empty calories and can lead to dog obesity. Bread additives such as sultanas are also dangerous. Therefore, bread is best avoided. Read more about Can dogs eat bread?

Can dogs eat cheese?

Yes, dogs can eat cheese in moderation. Cheese is high in protein and fat – so if you want to supplement these ingredients in your dog’s diet, you can give him small amounts of cheese (e.g. as a treat or reward). Too much cheese in a dog’s diet may cause obesity. Dogs with lactose intolerance should also not be given cheese.

Can dogs eat chocolate?

No, dogs should absolutely not eat chocolate. Chocolate contains toxins that can lead to poisoning and, in extreme cases, to the death of the dog. The most harmful is dark chocolate, drinking chocolate and cocoa. Read more about Can dogs eat chocolate?

Can dogs eat rice?

Yes, your dog can eat rice, but only under certain conditions. In order not to harm your dog, you should pay attention to the type of rice, whether it contains additional ingredients (such as spices) and how often it can be given. It is also worth noting that rice is sometimes one of the ingredients in commercial foods, used as a supplement. Read more about Can dogs eat rice?

Can dogs eat eggs?

Yes, eggs, especially raw eggs, have many valuable ingredients that will supplement your dog’s diet. However, it is advisable to consult your vet before including eggs in your pet’s diet. Read more about Can dogs eat eggs?

Can dogs eat porridge?

Yes, but certainly porridge cannot be the mainstay of your pet’s diet, but as an addition it becomes a valuable source of carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals. Read more about Can dogs eat porridge?