Can People Eat Frosty Paws
Can people eat frozen claws? ۔
I bought frozen pea legs for my dog. It smells like a race. I was just thinking. I also learned that there are ingredients that can cause cancer in dogs. Is it only if you eat more than one cup at a time?update
I didn't know which component was wrong until I gave it to my dog. I wanted a soft branded pertussis but we were in the supermarket and we saw some faded claws and I was squeezing them for people and watching closely and it is for people. Dog, so I bought it instead of fluffy pretzels. My dog doesn't look sick lately, but yeah, he kicks him, rubs his stomach and looks at him closely and coughs, but he's fine. On Friday I gave him a glass when I won (first day), then I gave him more in the middle of the night, I really wanted to give him more. So yes, I gave her one and I can give it to her tomorrow. I don't think it hurts to drink just one cup of tea at a time.
It would be nice if what we gave to our pets met the standards of human consumption, but that is rare. In general, I like to feed my dogs human food because I know they are fine. In a short time, a little ice cream for your dog will not hurt him. Years ago, there was a DQ in our area who regularly distributed small package deals to my dogs, and my dogs love to go there!
I don't know what this carcinogen is. But yes, you can eat frosty paws. They do not have the sugar or flavor enhancers that most people get from food, so they can taste mild.
I don't know i'm going to eat
Many pet foods are made from ingredients that are not entirely suitable for humans. You can eat it, but it will not taste as good as you think.
I read the ingredients. Contains BHA and BHT. This preservative is prohibited for use in human food. They can eventually cause cancer.
Yes, you can eat dog food. You can eat your dog, but not something you don't like.
If it causes cancer, why give it to your dog?
I'm not sure about this mysterious cancer-causing ingredient, but if you look at the ingredient labels on these items, you'll see a lot of things that your dog will eat. My slogan is, if you can't eat one of the ingredients, no! This also applies to putting it in your dog's mouth. I know I didn't answer your question, but I'm just telling you something is wrong.
Dog food won't hurt you, but smell and taste are two different things. Try and let us know if we don't have an answer, it means they are not safe for human use, RIP.
Some dogs go to the bathroom, they can drink a full glass and get cancer, others don't, but if I were you I wouldn't risk it. Make the right ice. X.