Can Dogs Eat Catnip?

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Dogs should not eat catnip or any other herbal plants. The plants can cause cardiovascular issues in dogs and is not safe for their health.
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There are a few dogs that respond to catnip much like cats do. However, more
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The relevant chemical in catnip is called nepetalactone, and it seems to be unique to only cats. It doesn’t have any affect on dogs.
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Through experience, I have found that ingesting catnip has no effects on the cat's health, although you may want to make sure it doesn't eat too much of it.
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Essentials Dogs are essentially carnivores. Their main source of energy should be supplied from protein derived from meat. Whether beef, chicken, fish or other animal, the main ingredient
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Although dogs can ingest small quantity it is not healthy for them. Catnip is in the mint family and mint isn't good for dogs. If your dog eats catnip and appears ill call your vet immediately.
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