Your Pet's Do Not Eat List
by Dr. James Scheifley
Pets are like family - they just have 2 additional legs and a lot more hair. They are essentially an additional child to raise and love. Often times this concept allows pet owners to feed their pets like they would their kids, which can sometimes pose hazardous consequences. On the other hand, a pet owner might be completely opposed to feeding their pets human food, but the following "do not eat" list will help to prevent potential poisonous mistakes, such as dropping certain foods on the floor, from happening.
Cholcolate, Coffee, Tea and Caffeine: All contain methylxanthines. When ingested by pets, can cause vomiting diarrhea, panting, excessive thirst and