If you have a dog, you know they'll try anything.
table at dinner will be quick to remind you). A dog's desire to consume something isn't necessarily indicative of its safety for consumption.
Knowing what your dog can and cannot eat is Pet Parenting 101, according to Efrem Hunter, DVM, MBA
a veterinarian and the director of Veterinary and Scientific Affairs at Blue Buffalo.
Those huge eyes are making me want a bite of whatever it is you're eating. You. It's a challenge, but one worth making.
Also, as Embrace Pet Insurance consultant and veterinarian Jacqueline Brister, DVM, points out, doing so makes financial sense
Feeding your dog only healthy foods saves on veterinary bills as some treatments for food c
toxicity can be very time consuming, involving round-the-clock care, and thus can be quite costly."
Dr. Hunter thinks a dog can thrive on commercially available dog food as its sole source of nourishment