There are certain foods which might not be dangerous for humans, but they are dangerous and toxic for your Shih Tzu. By the consumption of these, it might have to suffer from some serious health issues. If you’re one of those people, who do not want to harm your Shih Tzu but love sharing your food with your little friends, then given below is a list of fruits and vegetables you must avoid giving your Shih Tzu.
You love cherries on tops of your cakes or for decorations of your foods and also you love the taste of those. Doesn’t mean your dog does too. Cherries are very dangerous for your Shih Tzu. It can cause problems such as indigestion.
Enjoy having mushrooms in your macaroons and above your pizzas? Well, there are certain mushrooms you’ll regret feeding your Shih Tzu with. Not all mushrooms, but certain ones are surely very dangerous for your dog, so verifying and ensuring if you are giving a safe mushroom to your dog, is very vital. A number of benefits an apple has. And the famous saying, ‘’an apple a day keeps the doctor away’’ is more than enough. But not in the case of your little friend. Not that the apple itself is dangerous or harmful, but the seeds? They are more than dangerous.
A number of benefits an apple has. And the famous saying, ‘’an apple a day keeps the doctor away’’ is more than enough. But not in a case of your little friend. Not that the apple itself is dangerous or harmful, but the seeds? They are more than dangerous.
There are many things which might not be dangerous to one breed of dog but can prove to be harmful to the other. Such as grapes. Some dogs can easily consume and digest those but Shih Tzu are not able to do this. Your dog might suffer from kidney problems. So be careful.
Last but not the least when it comes to danger and unhealthiness, are tomatoes. Well not actually tomatoes, but the tomato plant. The stems and leaves are extremely unhealthy. They can cause issues such as, ‘’gastrointestinal’’ in your dog.
It’s always useful t do some research on any food you aren’t sure about before feeding your Shih Tzu with it. Better safe than sorry!