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...
Theobromine poisoning, also wrongly called chocolate poisoning, is an
overdosage reaction to the xanthine alkaloid theobromine, found in chocolate,
tea, cola beverages, açaí berries, and s...
What to Do if Your Dog Eats Chocolate. cherilyn | February 08, 2016. Chocolate
is toxic to dogs and depending on the type and amount of chocolate consumed ...
Jul 29, 2011 ... What to do if your dog eats chocolate, Pet Poison Helpline gives the signs of
chocolate poisoning in a dog, how to treat, or call 800-213-6680 ...
For dogs, eating chocolate can be deadly. WebMD looks at this toxic canine food
and explains why dogs should never eat chocolate.
Chocolate contains a stimulant called theobromine (a bit like caffeine) that is
poisonous to dogs. The amount of theobromine differs in the different types of ...
If you suspect your dog has eaten chocolate, call your vet right away. "Describe
the amount of chocolate, the type of chocolate and the timing," says Dr. Denise ...
What Makes Chocolate Toxic to Dogs? Chocolate ... What Should I Do if My Dog
Ate Chocolate? ... Ready to Eat Chocolate Pudding, 4 oz (108g), 75.6mg, 2.2mg.
Mar 4, 2014 ... If you find yourself asking this question, the most important thing to remember is
not to panic. Most dogs that eat chocolate recover well, but ...
Mar 23, 2015 ... Dogs who have eaten chocolate must be treated immediately, as the larger the
amount of chocolate and the longer it is in their system, the ...