It is possible for dogs to digest bacon, but its high fat content is very unhealthy for them. Fatty bacon and bacon grease can give a dog diarrhea or even a serious condition known as pancreatitis. More »

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The consumption of raw bacon is not recommended as it poses a risk for food-borne illness. Bacon contains pork, and it must be properly cooked to kill off any bacteria. More »

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Bacon grease is bad for dogs. Consumption of bacon grease can result in pancreatitis, the severe inflammation of the pancreas. Symptoms of pancreatitis include vomiting, diarrhea and organ failure. Pancreatitis is deadly... More »

Corn is not inherently unhealthy for a dog, but it has been linked to food allergies and has a low nutritional content. Small amounts of corn can be healthy and enjoyable for a dog, but corn is a filler and should never ... More »

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Helpful tips to treat a dog with diabetes include giving insulin at the same time each day, not feeding it wet food from packets due to high sugar content and exercising the dog regularly. Helping a dog maintain a happy ... More »

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A sled dog's diet varies from a high calorie soup for breakfast to dry dog food with added rice and supplements for dinner. Their diets change from a lighter once daily meal in the summer to much higher calorie meals twi... More »

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Dogs love to eat boiled and scrambled eggs, carrots, cheese and peanut butter. These foods can be used as occasional supplements to a dog’s standard diet. More »