Ein Nutellabrötchen für den Hund? Die süße Gefahr unterm Tisch

A Nutella roll for the dog? The sweet danger under the table

We've all been there - those benevolent eyes watching us as we eat, seemingly begging, "Can I have a piece too?" A Nutella roll may be a delicious snack for us, but it poses dangerous risks for your dog. Let's delve deeper into the topic together and find out why this sweet treat should be taboo for your four-legged friend.

The danger of chocolate

Nutella contains cocoa and therefore theobromine, a substance toxic to dogs. Even small amounts of theobromine can be life-threatening for dogs and cause symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhea or rapid heartbeat.

Too much sugar is a problem

Not only chocolate, but also the high sugar content in Nutella and many types of bread is a problem for dogs. Too much sugar can cause obesity, diabetes and dental disease.

Other questionable ingredients

Additionally, both Nutella and bread can contain ingredients that can be problematic for dogs, such as nuts, milk and wheat gluten, which can trigger allergies or digestive problems.

What to do if your dog eats a Nutella roll?

If your dog has eaten a Nutella roll, contact a veterinarian immediately and observe him for signs of poisoning.

Conclusion: Keep sweets away from your four-legged friend

A Nutella roll is certainly delicious for us, but it poses a serious danger to our best friend. Always choose dog-friendly treats and ensure a safe, balanced diet to keep your dog happy and healthy.

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