One thing that all pet owners should be aware of is that there are some
foods that we eat everyday that can be toxic or fatal to your beloved pet.

The following is a list of some foods that can be dangerous to our pets.

This is something every new puppy owner should know, poodles
and other breeds.

Alcoholic Beverages:
Can cause intoxication, coma and death.

Apple Seeds: Contains cyanogenic glycosides which result in cyanide

Apricot Pits: Contains cyanogenic glycosides which result in cyanide

Avocados: The fruit, pit, and plant can all cause difficulty breathing,
fluid accumulation in chest, abdomen and heart.

Baby Food: Can contain onion powder which is toxic to dogs.

Broccoli in Large Amounts

Candy with Xylitol

Cat food: Can cause diarrhea and/or Pancreatitis from the suden
change in diet.

Cherry Pits: Contains cyanogenic glycosides which result in cyanide

Chocolate, Coffee, Tea and Caffeine Products: Caffeine,
Theobromine, and Theophylline can be toxic and affect the heart and
nervous system.

Citrus Oil Extracts: Can cause vomiting.

Fat Trimmings from Leftovers: High fat content can cause
Pancreatitis -- especially COOKED fats.

Grapes and Raisins: An unknown toxin can damage the Liver.

Hops: Causes panting, increased heart rate, elevated temp, seizures
and death.

Human Vitamin Supplements with Iron: Can damage the lining of the
digestive system and be toxic to liver and kidneys as well.

Large Amounts of Liver: Can cause Vitamin A toxicity which affects
muscles and bones.

Macadamia Nuts: Unknown toxin can affect the digestive and nervous
systems and muscle.

Moldy or Spoiled Food: Can cause vomiting and diarrhea, and also
affect other organs.

Mushrooms/ Toadstools: Toxins may affect multiple systems, cause
shock and result in death.

Mustard Seeds

Can cause tremors, seizure and death

Onions and Garlic: Sulfoxides and Disulfides which can damage red
blood cells causing Anemia.  Garlic less toxic than Onions.

Persimmons: Seeds can cause intestinal obstruction and enteritus.

Pits from Peaches, Pears and Plums: Cause obstructions and
contains cyanogenic glycosides which result in cyanide poisoning.

Potato, Rhubarb and Tomato Leaves; Potato and Tomato Stems:
Contain oxalates which can affect digestive, nervous and urinary

Salt: Can cause electrolyte imbalances and cause them to seize when
eaten in large amounts.

Tobacco: Nicotine affects digestive and nervous systems.  Can result in
rapid heart beat, collapse, coma and death.


Yeast Dough:
Can expand and produce gas in the digestive system,
causing pain and possible rupture of stomach or intestines
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Protecting your poodle or pet from things that
could harm them!
Below are things which are Toxic to your
Poodle and other dog breeds!
apricot poodle puppies would ask for
protection if they could as would your
poodle or family pet, so please
educate yourself.