I just read that Garlic & Peaches are TOXIC to dogs. I have been giving both to my Poodle since she was young...cooked of course. I see many dog recipes with garlic. I am stumped. Please give me your opinion.
Garlic in very large quantities can thin the blood (a kind of anemia) in all species, but is safe in small quantities, and the benefits of ingesting small amounts of garlic as an anti-cancer supplement can outweigh the adverse effect.
I use garlic in my cancer patients as part of the anti-cancer protocol, and as an adjunct to traditional or holistic/herbal chemotherapy treatments.
Peach PITS, apple SEEDS, cherry PITS and the SEEDS of other tree fruits contain toxins such as cyanide and should never be given to pets. The fruit itself is non-toxic.
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