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What happens if a dog eats a walnut? The dangers for dogs of eating walnuts includes choking hazards, intestinal obstruction and upset stomach to more serious conditions like pancreatitis and illness from black mold that can occur on walnuts and can be toxic to dogs.
Can dogs eat a few walnuts? Fresh walnuts are safe for dogs in small amounts. But black walnuts are toxic to dogs and moldy walnuts can contain mycotoxins that are poisonous. Whole walnuts are a canine choking hazard too.
What nuts are toxic to dogs?
- Macadamia nuts – Very toxic to dogs.
- Black walnuts – Very toxic to dogs.
- Old and moldy walnuts – Very toxic to dogs and cats.
- Raw Cashews – Should be avoided for dogs and toxic for cats.
- Pistachios – Should be avoided for dogs and cats.
How much walnuts can dogs eat? The other issue is that even if Rover could take advantage of some of the health benefits of walnuts, the negative impact of their high fat content will override them–to put it into perspective, an ounce of walnuts contains about 18 grams of fat, and an average 30-pound dog should only be consuming about 14 grams of