Can my dog eat Shallots?

By Kim •  Updated: 11/05/19 •  1 min read
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Can my dog eat Shallots? Not safe for dogs to eat

 

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Shallots resemble onions, but have a reddish skin, an elongated shape and a milder flavor than onions. These root veggies are related, however. Shallots can be used in recipes in much the same way onions are used. In fact, they can even be substituted for onions. Shallots also offer much in the way of essential nutrients; they have vitamins A, B6, & C, along with potassium, folate and manganese.

Can my dog eat shallots? Can my puppy eat shallots? Shallots, just like onions, are not recommended for your pup. They contain some of the same toxic compounds found in other members of the onion family. These compounds have the potential to cause anemia, irregular heartbeat, and the normal digestive issues. What if my puppy ate too many shallots? He would run the chance of developing digestive issues and/or toxicity. It’s best to avoid serving these veggies to your fur baby.

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Kim is a talented author, who loves animals especially dogs. She engaged in writing books and articles relating to animals a decade ago. Kim resides in Chicago with her husband and son. The family is the proud owner of a dog and a parrot (Jack and Lily). Kim wanted more than these two pets, but her husband put his foot down... She often visits elementary schools to talk to the kids about what she learned about pets and how they could learn from them.

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