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Old 08-21-2017, 11:19 AM
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Hi Ben. You sound like a very caring owner. Honestly, I wouldn't worry. I'm actually surprised your dog ate the onion at all. Lol. I had a beagle that used to eat anything & everything she could get to. One of my kids dropped his multivitamin on the floor & she ate that! I called the vet & he said not to worry. So if a dog can eat a vitamin & not get sick, I'm sure a small piece of onion won't hurt.
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Thanks for all the replies.

She has been okay. I'm back to worrying about the toothpaste.

I bought a ton of chicken necks and she loves these.

I'm really careful now when I chop up onion or add it to my meals, though.

Her 'scaps' are liver treats and sometimes banana pieces, a few blueberries and the odd carrot stick.

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Every dog is different. My beagle used to love carrots. My dog now won't eat them. Lol. Peanut butter is another dog favorite to consider. Bananas & blueberries? Hmm...never tried that.
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Thanks for all the replies.

She has been okay. I'm back to worrying about the toothpaste.

I bought a ton of chicken necks and she loves these.

I'm really careful now when I chop up onion or add it to my meals, though.

Her 'scaps' are liver treats and sometimes banana pieces, a few blueberries and the odd carrot stick.

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Glad your boy is O.K.!

Dog toothpaste will not have any xylitol in it, BUT you need to get the toothpaste that's specifically made for dogs. NEVER use human toothpaste on his teeth, not only could it have xylitol in it but the flouride is also toxic if swallowed.

Here's a link to a toothpaste for dogs and cats. They list the ingredients on it so you can take a look at them if you wish. https://www.chewy.com/virbac-cet-enz...ultry/dp/41742
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