Siberian cats are cuddly companions known for being sweet-natured, friendly towards other pets, and excellent with children.
Bacon We’re as surprised as you are to find bacon on our list of foods dogs can't eat. The high fat and sodium content put your dog at risk for pancreatitis, high blood pressure, obesity and bowel cancer.
Candy Keep the candy bowl far away from your dog. Eating significant amounts of sugary, high-fat sweets can give dogs pancreatitis, even though symptoms may not show for two to four days.
Cherrie The pit and skin of cherries contain small amounts of cyanide, says Dr. Garner. So if your dog gets ahold of a whole bowl of cherries, he can be poisoned.
Citrus A section of orange or tangerine may be safe to feed your dog, but watch out for the rest of the fruit. “Other parts of the plant, including the leaves, stem and skin, are toxic
Coffee and tea These drinks—and really any form of caffeine—can give animals hypertension, abnormal heart rhythms, hyperthermia (increased body temperature) and seizures.
Dried fruit With the exception of a couple of dried cranberries, dried fruit (which isn't the best for your teeth either) is generally a no-no for dogs. While none has the toxicity of raisins, dried fruit is high in sugar