These foods are poisonous for your pooch

Avocados: Avocados are dangerous, partly due to a fungicidal toxin called persin.

Mustard: Mustard won't be lethal to dogs in small doses, however, it can be toxic in higher amounts.

Apples: The flesh of apples is not toxic, but the seeds can be poisonous due to a compound called amygdalin.

Artificial sweetener (xylitol): Xylitol is a sugar alternative found in human foods such as candy.

Garlic: Garlic can be fatal to dogs due to a compound called thiosulfate that damages red blood cells. 

Cooked bones: Giving your dog a raw, uncooked bone to chew on is great, but avoid cooked bones.

Milk and other dairy products: Even though milk and dairy products have calcium-boosting properties.

Yeast: If your dog eats unbaked dough, it can be extremely dangerous because the fermenting yeast gets quickly absorbed in the bloodstream.

Macadamia nuts: In general, nuts are not good for dogs, especially macadamia nuts. 

Nutmeg: Nutmeg contains a compound called myristicin, which, when ingested by dogs in large quantities. 

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