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We’re heading to the Labor Day weekend and some of us are celebrating with our small circle. If you’re feeling under the weather, if you’re living with a senior, around seniors, living with someone with bad health or you have health problems. Stay home! Be considerate, Just have a gathering at home with your house mates. But for the ones that feel healthy well… remember to keep your distance.

We’ll like to keep them happy and healthy so Here’s are some foods they can and can’t eat.

Can Eat!

Apples, Watermelons, Pineapples, Carrots, Peanut Butter, Eggs, Salmon, Blueberries, Popcorn, Bread, Blackberries, Corn, Green Peas, Oatmeal, Broccoli, Chicken, Sweet Potatoes, Coconut, Pork, Mango, Turkey, Rice, Beef, Banana, Strawberries, Oranges, Mushrooms, Potatoes, Celery, Shrimp, Cabbage

CAN’T Eat!

Grapes, Raisins, Chocolate, Macadamia Nuts, Onions, Avocado, Coffee, Tea, Garlic, Xylitol (a sugar substitute found in candy and gum), Alcohol, Nutmeg, Lemons, Limes, Raw Yeast Dough, Kale, Chives

They can eat these foods but just at a minimum.

Salt, Cheese, Cashews, Almonds, Cottage Cheese, Tomatoes, Cinnamon, Honey, Milk, Peanuts, Cherries

*Note* I am not a veterinarian I got all the information from online. So contact your local vet for more information.

https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/human-foods-for-dogs/

Human Foods to Avoid Feeding to Your Dog

Essential oils can harm our pets!

As Essential oil are becoming more popular because people are looking into natural and holistic remedies for themselves and family but we forget that some nice smelling oils can be toxic to our fur family.

In dogs, the most common essential oil toxicities that we see are to Melaleuca or Tea Tree Oil, Pennyroyal, Oil of Wintergreen, and Pine Oils. 

Here’s a break down each one of these potential toxins to give you a better understanding of where the danger exist

Don’t forget about your other four legged friend your feline friend!

Essential oils that are known to cause poisoning in cats include oil of wintergreen, oil of sweet birch, citrus oil (d-limonene), pine oils, Ylang Ylang oil, peppermint oil, cinnamon oil, pennyroyal oil, clove oil, eucalyptus oil, and tea tree oil. Symptoms that develop depend on the type of oil involved in the exposure and can include drooling, vomiting, tremors, ataxia (wobbliness), respiratory distress, low heart rate, low body temperature, and liver failure.

What Essential Oils Are Safe for Dogs?

Chamomile, Frankincense, Ginger, Lavender, Myrrh, Peppermint

https://wildearth.com/blogs/dog-knowledge/what-essential-oils-are-safe-for-dogs

❤︎ Remember to keep your fur babies/Doggu healthy and everyone will have a long and happy healthy life. ❤︎