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    We often remind parents of dogs not to give their dogs what people eat. There are many condiments for people to eat. Some owners like spicy food very much, and they will give their dogs some when they eat it. What harm will dogs do if they eat chili?

    There are many things that pet dogs can’t eat in life, such as onions, peppers, peppers, peppers, onions, ginger, garlic and other stimulating foods are not suitable for dogs to eat, because these appetites will stimulate the gastrointestinal tract of dogs, cause gastrointestinal inflammation, and affect the smell of dogs. Onion is the deadliest food for dogs. It can make dogs anaemic, depressed, vomiting and diarrhea.

    For example, onions contain base disulfide, which can oxidize hemoglobin to Heinz’s corpuscles after dogs eat them. The reticuloendothelial system engulfs a large number of red blood cells containing Heinz’s corpuscles, resulting in acute hemolytic anemia. And if the dog eats pepper, it will also increase the burden on the stomach and stimulate the stomach. And the dog after eating chili peppers because of the spicy will lead to the dog’s incessant biting and barking, and may also lead to diarrhea.

    To sum up, don’t give your dog chili at will in your life. The consequences are very serious.

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