Homemade Dog Biscuit Recipe
The best way to keep your dog at its best health is by feeding it the right type ofand the right amounts of it. So be careful when making those homemade dog-biscuit recipes. Don't get us wrong; you can make a homemade dog biscuit recipe, cookies, and but never any that are intended for humans. There are certain ingredients that are commonly used in human pastries, which are chocolate and processed sugar, and these are two things that should not be given to a dog. One very common error is for people to feed their that is actually not intended for . A lot of people do not know it, but chocolate contains arsenic in a natural form which has very little to no affect whatsoever on humans, however in the case of the metabolism of a dog, especially smaller dog's, their metabolisms are different from ours. Dogs are susceptible to arsenic. Believe it or not but even small little quantities of arsenic can seriously hurt a dog causing him death.
There are also certain vegetables and foods that contain arsenic such as turnips, apple seeds, fish, sea salt, milk, egg yolk, and certain types of cereals. Small teensy doses of arsenic are actually present in the human thyroid gland, mammary gland, thymus gland, hair and head.