Can Dogs Eat Ham?

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Dogs can ingest the occasional helping of ham without worry of dangerous side effects. It is recommended that they don't consume too much ham, as it can lead to flatulence and diarrhea
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It is not advisable to feed your dog ham since the meat contains high fat content. High consumption of fat can result into a bout of pancreatitis. Pancreatitis can be mild or life threatening moreover it is an extremely painful condition.
Dogs can eat ham, in fact many people feed their dogs 'people' food. You want to be sure that it does not cause your dog to have any stomach distress. Try a little bit at a time, to be sure he can handle it.
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