9 Kinds of Food You Should NEVER Feed Your Dog

#8 is just DEATH on a plate

We understand how hard it is for you to resist those gorgeous brown eyes, but a li'l self control never hurt anyone… No matter what happens, don't toss your doggies THESE little treats.

Avocado : No matter how delicious you think your guacamole is, or how yummy your avocado on toast looks, it should always be avoided for your dog. Avocado contains a substance called Persin and large amounts of it could be fatal.

Alcohol :  Alcohol has the same effect on a dog's liver and brain that it has on humans. But, it takes far less to do damage. Even a little Alcohol  can cause vomiting, diarrhea, depression, coordination problems—even death.

Onions and Garlic : It may be a flavoursome staple in your diet, but the effect it has on your dog is unthinkable. Onions and Garlic, in all forms destroy a dog's red blood cells, which leads to anemia.  Occasionally, a small dose is okay. But, consuming smaller quantities regularly or a large quantity once causes poisoning. Symptoms of anemia are puking and breathlessness.

Coffee, Tea.. & Other Kinds of Caffeine: Consuming caffeine in large enough quantities can be poisonous. The symptoms are fits, restlessness, rapid breathing and heart palpitations—so if yoyr dog's showing any these, he may have had a sip from your cup.

Grapes and Raisins : Having a relaxing evening with your companions Bordeaux, Brie and some grapes, and decide to toss your furry friend one way as well? NO! Though the reason does not seem to be clear, grapes and raisins cause kidney failure, just a small amount is enough to make your dog sick. Repeated puking is an pre-symptom of consuming grapes. Within a day, your dog is likely to become lethargic and depressed.  

Milk and Other Dairy Products : Feel like sharing a little scoop of ice-cream with your BFF to cool down on a hot day? That's actually a bit of a recipe for disaster. Milk and Milk Products can cause diarrhea, and upset the digestive system, as well as give rise to food allergies.

Fat Trimmings and Bones : Though it may seem natural to give your dog a fat trimming or a bone off the table, both can be extremely dangerous for your dog. Fat that has been trimmed from meat causes pancreatitis. It is also common for a dog to choke on a bone. Bones may cause an obstruction of the dog's digestive system as well!

Salt : It's probably not a great idea to throw your dog a potato chip or a pretzel during your 2am snackfest.  Consuming too much salt can lead to excessive thirst and urination, as well as sodium ion poisoning, sometimes even death.  

Sugary Foods and Drinks : Consuming an excess amount of sugar can make things go a little haywire for your pup. It can cause dental problems, obesity as well as the early onset diabetes. So no little bits of your cupcake for him