Many people are confused about what is good and not good for dog eats his peers. But one thing that everyone is very clear - Chocolate is a no-no. However, some dogs come in a bag or box of chocolate, while their master and enjoy the whole lot, and end up being good. Others are doing the same and can be engraved sick. EntoNCES, what made it so the chocolate is bad for them? The chocolate contains a substance called theobromine. This is very much in the same category as caffeine to dogs and can be toxic in large quantities. It is estimated that the dose of Theo bromine (or chocolate) can be fatal to a dog about 100 mg per kilogram of body weight, but symptoms of toxicity may be much less visible and cheese. Therefore, it is always advisable to keep your dog away from he. Depends on the animal, size, race, metabolism, and more. The influence of both theobromine and caffeine can have a dog in the nervous system, heart and kidneys. You can start to see your dog symptoms including vomiting, frequent urination, restlessness, and thirst. Over time, if it becomes more serious. May start to see your dog to lose balance and coordination, hyperactivity, muscle spasms and hipertensión which is manifested by breathlessness and abnormal heat. In contrast, very serious cases lead to convulsions, coma and death. The same for cocoa. Cocoa mulch contains high amounts of theobromine and should never be fed to a dog. White Chocolate takes a lot less risk to a dog. Small amounts of the chemical, as well as caffeine (although small amounts). You dog will be in less danger of eating white chocolate, mainlybecause it contains milk. But even if he took it and ate a lot, you might get sick, to learn at any time. If you suspect your dog has eaten chocolate, call a veterinarian immediately, especially but shows no sign. If possible, describe how many and what kind of chocolate that was eaten (white, milk, black, etc.). Talk with your veterinarian what he is showing symptoms, as they may be able to advise you on what to do, or you callimmediately in May. There are a lot of debris and replacement of food that the owner can feed a dog that has no risk. Most of these involve meat and cooked vegetables. Most enjoy anything, especially if covered with sauce! However, even the most conservative, in May of owners can not keep a dog away from 100% of the time. Be alert and be aware of behavioral changes in any dog.
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