How Much Chocolate Is Toxic to Dogs?


There is a certain amount of chocolate consumption that will be fatal to your dog, so accidental feeding may not be that devastating to our pet's health. Specifically, the dog has to consume 100 to 150 milligrams per kilo of its body weight for chocolate to be fatal. If it is weighing 10 kilograms, then the dog has to consume in theory at least a gram of chocolate to suffer adverse effects. Bear in mind though that some dogs may be more sensitive so simply avoid feeding chocos to your dog.
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It is not safe for dogs to eat chocolate.
Chocolate can contain high amounts of fat and caffeine-like stimulants known as methylxanthines. If ingested in significant amounts, chocolate can potentially produce clinical effects in dogs ranging from... More >>
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