Hello, Everyone pinpointing potentially threatening food and knowing what Beagles should not eat can save your dogs’ life.
Beagles love to explore their surroundings. They will eat anything in their path. They could be eating things they shouldn’t.
Your Beagles diet and the quality of food they eat often determines their lifespan. It determines if they will be able to lead healthy lives.
“I don’t eat anything that a dog won’t eat. Like sushi. Ever see a dog eat sushi? My dog just sniffs it and says, “No Thanks.” This is an animal that licks between its legs and sniffs fire hydrants? “William Coronel
Beagle health problems might be caused by a poor quality diet. These issues can include diabetes, blood disease, pancreas problems, liver and kidney damage and even premature death.
Beagles eating chocolate is disastrous, leading to the death in some cases.
You may be surprised that Beagles should not eat certain vegetables.
Beagles eating onions absorb toxins that can cause a blood disorder Haemolytic Anaemia.
Your Beagle could possibly become ill developing liver Problems that will affect their quality of life.
Toxins in mushrooms often lead to serious Beagle health issues like canine liver disease, kidney problems.
Even premature death.
An excess of fat is bad for most animals. Beagles are no exception.
Beagles fed high fat food over a long period can become obese. Diabetes can develop if you Beagle has an unhealthy lifestyle.
As little as 1 ounce can cause kidney failure.
1/2 ounce can cause temporary paralysis.
One half teaspoon can destroy red blood cells in a Beagle.
Avoid Active Yeast, Raw Bread Dough. Wild Cherry, Almond and Apricots.
Balsam Pear, Japanese Plum, Coffee grounds.
Tomato and Potato leaves and stems.
Beware of Avocados, Pear and Peach Kernels, Rhubarb and Spinach.
Alcohol, Xylitol (an artificial sweetener found in some sugar-free gums)
Some indoor and outdoor plants are toxic if eaten by your Beagle. Avoid poisoning your favorite pet knowing what Beagles should not eat. Keep dangerous plants out of reach. replace them with safer alternatives.
Avoid Amaryllis, Arrowhead Vine, Asparagus fern and Azalea.
Bird-of-paradise, Boston Ivy, lily, Caladium, Calla or Arum and Chrysanthemum.
Creeping Charlie, Creeping Fig and Crown Of Thorns.
Dembcane (diffenbachia), Elephant’s Ear, Emerald Duke and Heart Leaf (philodendron)
Ivy Species, Jack-in-the-pulpit and Jerusalem cherry .
Majesty, Malanga, Marble Queen, Mother-in-law plant, Neththyis and Nightshade.
Parlor Ivy, Poinsettia, Pot Mum, Pothos or Devil’s Lily. Red princess, Ripple Ivy and Saddle Leaf (philodendron).
Split Leaf (philondendron), Sprangeri Fern and Spider Mum.
Tuberous Begonia, Umbrella Plant and Weeping Fig.
Almonz, American Yew, Angels’ Trumpet and Apricot.
Azalea, (rhododendron) Balsam, Pear, Bird-of-Paradise Bush and Bittersweet.
Avoid Woody Buckeye Buttercup, Castor Bean and Cherry.
China Berry, Coriaria, Daffodil, Delphinium, Dologeton and Dutchman’s breeches.
English holly, English Yew, Foxglove and Ground Cherry.
Horse Chestnut, Indian Tobacco, Indian Turnip, Japanese plum and Jasmine
Jimson Weed Larkspu and Woody Loco Weed.
Lupine, Marijuana and Matrimony Vine.
May Apple, Mescal Bean, Mock Orange and Monkey Pod Moon Seed.
Morning Glory, Mushrooms, Nightshade, Nutmeg and Nux Vomica.
Peach, Periwinkle, Peyote, Pig Weed and Poison Hemlock.
Poke Weed, Poppy, Privet, Rain tree and Rhubarb Skunk Cabbage,
Soap Berry, Spinach, Sunburned Potato and Tomato Vine.
Water Hemlock, Western Black Locust Yew, Wild Cherry and Wisteria.
“New Rule: If you’re one of the one-in-three married women who say your pet is a better listener than your husband, you talk too much. And I have some bad news for you: Your dog’s not listening, either; he’s waiting for food to fall out of your mouth.” Bill Maher, The New New Rules: A Funny Look At How Everybody But Me Has Their Head Up Their Ass
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Since I retired from business I have had the time to write. I have learned so much from these dogs over the years and count myself something of an expert when it comes to Beagles.These dogs and their owners deserve to have a voice. If you have anything interesting that you would like to share or any opinions about any of the content I have created on my site please speak up. I enjoy feedback in any form. I would love to connect. Simply leave your comment below and make sure you visit this site regularly as I am always adding new techniques and advice that I come across that I know you will find interesting. Anyways, I wish you everything of the best and thank you for dropping by and I hope you enjoy the blog. If you're a Beagle lover like me I'm sure you will enjoy what I have to share. Cheers, Richard S.