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    A quick question for you all. I feed Ollie and Penny some left of bolognaise sauce....they loved it!

    I just realised that it had onion in it - should I be concerned? The whole batch only had one small onion it and they probably had about 3 or four tablespoons of meat sauce each so really not a huge amount but now I am bit worried....is there anything I can do?
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    Im interested in an answer aswell.

    My puppies devoured 2 apples yesterday and no tummy upsets. I've been told fresh fruit/veg is good for dogs...Am I mis informed? Pls educate me

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebec View Post
    Im interested in an answer aswell.

    My puppies devoured 2 apples yesterday and no tummy upsets. I've been told fresh fruit/veg is good for dogs...Am I mis informed? Pls educate me
    apple cores and seeds are poisonous to dogs

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    Quote Originally Posted by vellela View Post
    A quick question for you all. I feed Ollie and Penny some left of bolognaise sauce....they loved it!

    I just realised that it had onion in it - should I be concerned? The whole batch only had one small onion it and they probably had about 3 or four tablespoons of meat sauce each so really not a huge amount but now I am bit worried....is there anything I can do?
    cooked onion is not as bad as raw onion and some dogs are ok with some amount of onion
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    Thank goodness for this site...
    Thank you cleasanta!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebec View Post
    Thank goodness for this site...
    Thank you cleasanta!!!
    I give my dogs apples and pears (no seeds or core) and banana in small amounts...they LOVE banana

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    I agree with Clea. Apple seeds can be fatal to birds too. Chocolate, sultanas, onion alcohol should not be fed to dogs. All my dogs have at times accidently had onion in cooked food when I was in non thinking mode.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    Clea, is that ruby as a puppy in your signature? That is the most beautiful staffy I have ever seen! she is gorgeous! (and that is coming from a non-staffy person!! )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boxerini View Post
    Clea, is that ruby as a puppy in your signature? That is the most beautiful staffy I have ever seen! she is gorgeous! (and that is coming from a non-staffy person!! )
    thanx...yes, it is Ruby as 8 weeks

    She is very pretty and very special ....not that I am biased or anything

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    I agree with Clea also on the onions. A little cooked in the sauce shouldn't hurt them, but make sure they don't get too much. Also the same with the apple seeds/cores, always prepare apples for your four legged friends.
    If you want to feed them fresh veg, try raw carrot, cut up in rounds as if you were going to use it for dinner yourself. You will notice it will come out the other end as just chewed up bits, but it is good roughage and is a low cal treat for your dog.

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