Just like any living organism in this world, dogs have certain food
that they should avoid or not eat. Because your dog cannot communicate
with you directly, it is the responsibility of the dog owner to take
care of a dog's dietary needs.
It is commonly known that chocolates are bad for a dog health, and you
should not feed your dog any food that even contain chocolate. Not as
commonly known are raisins and grapes, as both are toxic to dogs, too
much of them in your dog's stomach might even cost him his life.
While many of such these ingredients come from homemade diets and
snacks, this articles seek to inform you that commercial products may
contain deadly and harmful ingredients too. They are namely excessive
proteins and chemical preservatives that you might have unknowingly
feed your dog constantly.
Dog food companies manufacture and formulated "performance food" in
the market. These dog foods have high or rather excessive amount of
protein and are designed specially for dogs or working dogs with a
high level of activities. These food are consider to be containing
excessive protein and would be unsuitable for smaller breeds or dogs
that seldom exercise....