Unlike human beings, dogs should not eat walnuts, since these nuts may cause serious health complications. Walnuts affect dogs because they contain mild levels of the poison called Aflatoxin. More »

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Although cashews don't immediately harm dogs, they should only be given occasionally and in small quantities. Cashews have a significant amount of fat, and too many can cause health problems, including an inflamed pancre... More »

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Many human foods are toxic to dogs, including chocolate, grapes and onions. Many candies and other sweet foods are dangerous because they contain xylitol, an artificial sweetener that is highly toxic to dogs. More »

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Pistachio nuts are not toxic to dogs. However, pistachios and many other nontoxic nuts such as peanuts have a very high fat content, which can cause illness if eaten long term in large quantities. More »

With a few exceptions, nuts are not usually safe or healthful for dogs to eat. Consuming nuts can cause problems ranging from gastrointestinal discomfort to fatal poisoning in canines. More »

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Macadamia nuts pose the risk of toxicity in dogs, causing symptoms of muscle weakness of the hind legs, fever, and pain accompanied by tremors, according to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. ... More »

There are many human foods that should not be given to dogs, but chocolate, raisins, grapes, macadamia nuts and mushrooms are among the most dangerous. Some foods that are safe for humans contain substances that are toxi... More »