Can my dog eat Scallions?
Scallions, also known as spring onions, are related to onions and have a long green stem with a white bulb at the end. The flavor is similar to onions, too, but not as sharp or pungent. They’re used in many types of dishes including soups, stews, in salads and even stir fries. Scallions don’t fall short in nutrition, either; they contain vitamins A, C, E, & K, calcium, potassium, copper, iron and more.
Can my dog eat scallions? Can my puppy eat scallions? The short answer is no. The reason scallions are not recommended for your pup is because these onion relatives contain compounds that are toxic to your pup. They can cause anemia and/or toxicity (poisoning, especially when eaten in large amounts. What if my dog ate a lot of scallions? He would likely develop digestive issues, including diarrhea and could also become poisoned by the compounds in the scallions. Avoid serving these to your dog.
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