Xylitol is popping up in all kinds of foods. Make sure your pup doesn’t have access to any of these things. Read the article below for more information. And keep your pup safe!
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Source: This Common Sugar Substitute Can Be Deadly for Dogs, FDA Warns
11 thoughts on “This Common Sugar Substitute Can Be Deadly for Dogs, FDA Warns”
I first heard about this last year and I did a post on it.
Thanks for bringing it to everyone’s attention again. With so many of us finding alternatives to sugar as we are trying to diet and lose a few pounds, tragedy could be just round the corner.
Yes. We share so much with our pups that it’s good to know what we shouldn’t share. Thanks for sharing the information. It may be new information for someone.
Thank you too Sascha
I tried to reblog you post but couldn’t so reblogged mine with a link to yours as your links are more current than mine.
No problem. Just glad to share the information.
Bad for people, too. Probably just BAD!
I’m not sure it’s as bad for humans as sugar is. It’s supposed to be natural since it’s found in fruits. But, why does everything have to be sweet? Peanut butter? My peanut butter doesn’t have any sugar in it and it tastes great. Manufacturers are putting sugar in everything with very bad results for the general population. 🙁
oh scary! its in chewing gum too, so don’t let them lick spat out gum on the sidewalk, shivers!
I know. It seems like we have to be super careful with everything these days.