A lot of dog owners enjoy sharing food with their pets, even if they know table scraps are not always a good idea. It is hard to say no to your dog when it really wants something, but most dog owners know that the relationship between people food and pets is not straightforward. It is not always safe to give your dog a taste of what you are eating, whether you are sitting at the dinner table or having a snack while taking a walk in the park. Nuts are a convenient food with a lot of health benefits for people. Unfortunately, it's not always safe to share nuts with your furry friend.
Some nuts are okay for dogs, while others should be avoided. One of the main reasons is that most nuts are very high in fat. This can lead to an upset stomach in dogs and cause vomiting and diarrhea. There are also some varieties of nuts that can cause more severe health problems and should be avoided at all times.
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