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Let’s Talk Canine Cuisine: What Your Pup Can’t Munch On

Let’s Talk Canine Cuisine: What Your Pup Can’t Munch On

Dogs are notorious for sneaking a bite of their owner’s food, but did you know that some kitchen staples harmless to us could actually be dangerous for them?

A recent viral video shared by a dog owner on TikTok has everyone in stitches. The clip features Steve, a lovable border collie, looking quite upset that he’s not invited to share some curry with the guys in the house.

In the video, Steve can be seen lounging on a chair by the kitchen counter, giving his best puppy eyes to convince his mom to let him join the dinner party.

In the funny video, Steve’s owner tells him, “Sorry, buddy, no curry for you tonight. Just because you’re a boy doesn’t mean you get to curry it up with the lads!”

The caption accompanying the video reads: “When you really want to be part of the crew but just don’t fit in. Steve is not pleased about missing out on curry night.”

While we all love to treat our furry friends, it’s important to be aware of foods that can be harmful to dogs. Chocolate is a big no-no, as are garlic, onions, grapes, raisins, macadamia nuts, avocado, alcohol, caffeine, and even foods like ice cream and corn on the cob due to sugar content and potential blockages.

The video quickly gained popularity on social media, racking up over 451,000 views and more than 68,900 likes on TikTok.

Viewers couldn’t help but chime in with comments like, “Surely he deserves a cheeky naan?!”

and “Let the poor lad have a meal with his mates after a long day of herding the postman and chewing slippers.”

So next time your pup gives you those puppy eyes during dinner, remember to stick to dog-friendly treats and keep them safe and happy!

Emma, who has a journalism education, enthusiastically writes articles for our dog blog. She combines her love for writing with her deep fondness for dogs to create engaging and informative content. Emma's work reflects her commitment to sharing heartwarming stories and valuable insights about our beloved canine companions.