Why Is Pork Bad for Dogs?

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Pork is usually considered bad for dogs due to the risk that it might infect the dog with trichinosis, though pork is in itself harmless to dogs. Trichinosis is a food borne disease caused by an intestinal roundworm and it occurs globally.
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Pork is A-OK for dogs. In the highly unlikely event that, in America, you have somehow obtained meat infected with trichinosis, well, you and your dog can go to the doctor together.
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Yes, dogs can eat pork. Actually, a lot of dog food for dogs contains pork. Be sure to never feed them cooked bones, they can hurt the dog! Ask more 24/7. report this answer. Updated
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Because if you do not cook pork to 170 degrees F all the way through, you could contract a disease called Trichinosis. This involves little worm eggs to get into your muscles and
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Pork is safe for dogs to eat in moderation, though foods high in sodium and fat such as pork can lead to diseases if they consume too much.
Check with your vet to determine what foods are the healthiest for your dog.
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