Can Dogs Eat Black Licorice?

Answer

Black licorice has been determined to be harmful in large amounts. It can cause low potassium levels, loss of appetite, vomiting, weakness, tremors and more. The licorice root contains a chemical glycyrrhizin which is sweeter than table sugar.
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