CAN MY PET
EAT THAT?

Pets explore the world through their mouths, and they can end up chewing on some crazy things. So, which foods are OK for pets? Which foods pose the greatest risk? Use this list to find out.

Fruits & Veggies

Human Favourites

Miscellaneous

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