Real chocolate has caffine and Theobromine in it and that is what is toxic to animals. Some chocolates are higher then others like baking chocolate is going to have more then milk chocolate. White chocolate also contains Theobromine but not as much. However, no chocolate should be given to pets. They would have to ingest quite a bit of white chocolate, per body weight, for it to be toxic but who knows what animal is going to react to something at what dose? These substances attach the central nervous system.
So, I would not feed white chocolate.
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