Alcohol (Beer, Wine, Spirits) same effect on liver and brain that it has on humans with an even greater risk of illness.
Avocado: Contains persin, a substance that can damage heart, lung and other tissue.
Baby Food: May contain onion powder, which can be toxic to dogs.
Bones: Cooked bones can splinter, get caught in the throat or cause a rupture or puncture of the stomach lining or intestinal tract.
Bread Dough: Once ingested the dough will rise, causing discomfort. Alcohol is produced as the dough expands.
Caffeine: Includes coffee, tea, cocoa, chocolate, colas, and stimulant drinks such as Red Bull. In large enough quantities can be fatal for a dog.
Candy and Gum: Many types contain Xylitol, which can cause blood sugar to drop and liver failure.
Chocolate: All types contain a toxic agent known as theobromine. Dark chocolate, chocolate mulch, and unsweetened baking chocolate are most dangerous.
Corn Cobs: Can cause a partial or complete intestinal obstruction.
Dairy Products: Milk and milk-based products may cause digestive upset as well as set up food allergies.
Eggs (Uncooked): Can deplete your dog of biotin, which is essential to growth and coat health. Additionally, may be contaminated with bacteria, such as salmonella.
Fish (Uncooked): May be contaminated with bacteria that can cause food poisoning. Salmon, trout, shad, or sturgeon can contain a parasite that causes “fish disease” or “salmon poisoning disease”, which can be fatal.
Garlic: Can destroy red blood cells, leading to anemia. Includes powdered, raw, cooked, or dehydrated.
Grapes and Raisins: Toxic when consumed in large quantities. Can cause kidney failure.
Macadamia nuts: Contain a toxin, which can cause tremors and paralysis.
Moldy Foods: Some types can produce a toxin, which may cause serious illnesses.
Nutmeg: In large quantities is a hallucinogenic and can cause tremors and seizures.
Onions: Like garlic, can destroy red blood cells, leading to anemia. Includes powdered, raw, cooked, or dehydrated.
Persimmons, Peaches, and Plums: Seeds from persimmons can cause inflammation of the small intestine. Peach and plum pits may cause intestinal obstruction and contain cyanide, which is poisonous.
Salt: Iodized salt and salty foods can cause stomach ailments and pancreatitis.
Tomatoes and Tomato Plants: Contain atropine, (especially leaves and stems) which can cause dilated pupils, tremors and irregular heartbeat