About once or twice a year, I make a treat that my kids and in-laws love: Coconut Macaroons. I’m not one to fuss over the recipe that calls for egg whites and is super complicated and finicky. I do the quick and easy, three ingredient coconut macaroons, and they are scrumptious!
This year, someone else decided that she might like to try one:
Unfortunately for Luna (and fortunately for her tummy) she wasn’t fast enough, despite me pausing to snap this picture. She came <thiiiiiis> close though, and I ended up eating the one that she might have licked.
While I’m sure you, the savvy greyhound parent, already know that chocolate is toxic to dogs, did you know that many other human foods are dangerous too? According to TrustedHousesitters.com, here is a list of foods that you should refrain from giving to Fido:
When adopting a greyhound, one of the things that your rescue organization will stress is to use a raised feeder, or elevated food bowl. The reason? To prevent bloat.
Bloat generally occurs when the stomach twists upon itself, trapping air, food and water, which can cause a rapid onset of shock. If left untreated, the consequences can be deadly.
Learning to recognize the symptoms can help save your dog’s life: