Anti-freeze and salt grit
when the roads are gritted, dogs walking in that and then licking their paws afterwards.
Raisins, sultanas, grapes that all lead to renal failure with our dogs.
Chocolate has got theobromine in which is a toxic substance for dogs. The darker the chocolate, the more theobromines in it but even white chocolate has got theobromine in. So, any human chocolate consumed by your dog you’ll need to seek veterinary advice.
there are different grades of rat poison but you’re not going to know what sort of poison it is. So, if you have any suspicion that your dog has had rat poison or if it has had a rat that could have had rat poison then you must seek veterinary advice about that.
Xylitol is a sugar replacement
it’s a sweetener that can be found in a lot of diabetic products, it can also be found in some peanut butters but not all. I would also keep an eye out for palm oil and make sure you’re not using one that’s got palm oil as that can be harmful. Making sure that you check the ingredients and that you’re not giving your dog any toxins without realising it.