This thread acts as a resource we can look at whenever we are thinking of sharing some food with our pooches. I thought we could list safe vs dangerous foods for dogs. Feel free to add to the list in the comments and I will edit this post to include your contributions!
Everything is written from A - Z so you can easier find whatever you're searching for
Also beware of food allergies and that every dog has a unique gastrointestinal track - some food might upset your individual dogs stomach!
Avoid giving dogs too sugary, fatty, spicy and salty foods
What spices are safe for dog consumtion? Always avoid giving your dog any spice in too large quantity. But if some food contains a healthy amount of something, it might or might not be safe depending on what it is
All sorts of meat - fish, chicken, pork, beef and so on is generally safe for dogs to eat. Just avoid spicy and salty seasonings
Never give your dog cooked bones, as it might break in pieces and cut your dogs intestines.
When it comes to chews, veterinarians recommend anything that budges if you press it with your fingernail hard enough.
Some guardians despite this still chooses to give their dog antlers and weight supporting bones. If your dog isn't a heavy chever it might be safe, but is it worth the risk? If your dog is a hard chewer their teeth might wear down with time. Their teeth could also break.
Don't let your dog chew on sticks, wood chips could cut your dogs intestines or hurt their mouth. Instead you can give them specific types of wood sticks that doesn't splinter - coffee wood as an example.
Make sure the chew is long enough for the dog. It could become a choking hazard.
#2: I was sceptic at first but then tried making it on Butternut and I really loved it! (Might not like it with other kinds of pumpkins). Was easy to do (except for peeling it but my dad tried dipping it in boiling water for a short time and it was a lot easier after that). I off course skipped the onions and garlic.