If you do give your dog a few nuts they should be fine, there are a few nuts that you should know that can be very harmful for dogs. Macadamia nuts are on the top of that list they can produce very dangerous toxins. Most nuts have salt or some type of spice on them you may want to keep away from those if they have too much of either one. For more information on nuts for dogs you can read below where the thousands of Experts have answered many asked questions.
Macadamia nuts can cause some very serious affects to a dog. The main thing that these nuts can do to a dog is cause toxicity in the dog’s stomach. This toxicity can cause a weakness in the dog’s legs; it can also cause a high fever. If a does eat the macadamia nuts the signs and symptoms usually appear in the first 12 hours after the nuts were ingested. Many dogs experience gastrointestinal problems, bowl and vomiting problems. There is a positive side to this, which is in some cases this issue can resolve on its own in about 24 to 48 hours. If you cannot take the dog to the veterinarian you may try feeding the dog its normal diet but increase it to about every 4 to 6 hours instead of only twice a day.
The dog should be okay as long as there were not any macadamia nuts in the can. They dog probably will not feel too great for the night and maybe even the next day. The dog may have an upset stomach vomiting may occur and even diarrhea. These symptoms are very common but should be gone within the next 24 hours. If you want you can try Pepto-Bismol to help with the upset stomach. On the other hand if there were macadamia nuts in the can you may want to the dog to the veterinarian’s office. Macadamia nuts can be very toxic to dogs.
The major question in concern is that dark chocolate is far more toxic than any other chocolate is, also that your dog is not a large breed. With a small dog the toxin can move much quicker and harm the dog faster. Your dog may even be at more risk considering it not only ate dark chocolate but also macadamia nuts. This type of nut can be very dangerous to a dog, because macadamia nuts produce a harmful toxin. The symptoms that can occur are typically the same for both dark chocolate and macadamia nuts.
Symptoms that you may want to watch for are:
Cases details: It has been an hour since the dog ate the pistachios, the dog weighs 15lbs.
Many dog owners do not know that pistachios are very toxic to dogs. Since it has only been an hour since the dog has eaten the pistachios you still have time to make your dog throw up the nuts. To do this you might try using hydrogen peroxide. With the weight of the dog two tablespoon given by mouth should do the trick. The dog’s stomach will need to be moved around you can do so by making the dog walk or rubbing the dog’s belly. Now in the cases that your dog does not throw up within five minutes you can repeat the process. Now as for the symptoms that can be shown, they could be diarrhea and maybe even vomiting. The worst that could happen to the dog would be paralysis.
When dealing with a dog there are several concerns one being poisonous nuts. Knowing what type of nuts that are harmful to your dog is very important. There are also many symptoms that come when a dog eats the toxic nuts. For more information regarding nuts for dogs, or poisonous nuts for dogs you can ask the Experts for fast and affordable answers.
hi Dr my mother's Maltese weighing 16 pounds, I know I know he is obese,ate an acorn about 30 minutes ago. We are not positive it was an acorn but are assuming. This dog eats almost anything on the floor. His breathing is fine but every few minutes he coughs as though he's trying to bring something up . our vet is closed already, what is your advice please?