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Can Cats Eat Onions?

The short answer: No. The long answer: Otherwise known as bulb onion or common onion, onion is a widely popular vegetable of the genus Allium that is used to add flavour to dishes. Similar to garlic, this aromatic, layered vegetable contains disulfides and thiosulphates that can do irreparable damage to your cat’s body. Eating a… Continue reading Can Cats Eat Onions?

Can Cats Eat Garlic?

The short answer: No. The long answer: A species of the Allium family, garlic contains disulfides and thiosulphates, compounds which are both harmful for your cat. Garlic consumption causes damage to your cat’s red blood cells, leading her to have hemolytic anemia, Heinz body anemia, and/or methemoglobinemia. Garlic is five times more concentrated than onions,… Continue reading Can Cats Eat Garlic?

Can Dogs Eat Cinnamon?

The short answer: It is not recommended. The long answer: Cinnamon is a dark red spice that is known for its strong scent and sweet flavour. According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), it is non-toxic to dogs, but since it presents no beneficial nutritional value for your pet,… Continue reading Can Dogs Eat Cinnamon?

Can Dogs Eat Garlic?

The short answer: No.  The long answer: Think twice before letting your dog sniff through the raw ingredients in your kitchen as he may accidentally take an interest in your raw garlic cloves. Belonging to the allium species, garlic contains N-propyl disulfide that is highly toxic for dogs. It is said to be five times… Continue reading Can Dogs Eat Garlic?

Can Dogs Eat Onions?

The short answer: No. The long answer: Whether they’re raw, cooked, or in powder form, onions should never be eaten by your dog because they contain large quantities of sulfoxides and disulfides that are known to be poisonous to dogs. If accidentally consumed by your canine pet, onions may cause gastrointestinal irritation or may damage… Continue reading Can Dogs Eat Onions?