Acorns can be toxic and cause gastrointestinal upset including bloating, vomiting, and diarrhea.
They can cause abdominal obstruction and internal damage.
Almonds are not toxic to dogs.
But they are not easily digested and can give dogs an upset stomach.
Almonds are high fat and can cause pancreatitis.
Brazil nuts are not toxic to dogs.
Brazil nuts are high-fat and not easily digested.
They can cause stomach upset or abdominal obstruction.
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Cooked or roasted cashew nuts are safe for dogs.
They are high in fat and can cause weight gain and pancreatitis.
Raw cashews are toxic to dogs.
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Regular chestnuts are safe for dogs in small amounts.
Large amounts can cause diarrhea or pancreatitis.
Horse chestnuts are toxic to dogs.
Hazelnuts are not toxic to dogs.
They are not easily digested and can cause bowel obstruction.
Hazelnuts can also be a choking risk especially for small dogs.
Hickory nuts are harmful to dogs.
They contain the toxin juglone that can cause gastric upset.
They also contain tremorgenic mycotoxins that cause siezures.
Macadamia nuts are extremely toxic to dogs.
Just one nut can do serious harm.
The toxin can cause tremors, dizziness, and paralysis.
Peanuts without the shell are safe for dogs, both raw and roasted.
Peanut shells can tear internal tissue as they pass through a dog's digestive tract.
Pecans are harmful to dogs.
They contain a toxin (juglone) and aflatoxin.
Juglone may cause gastric upset. Aflatoxin can cause liver damage.
Pine nuts are not toxic to dogs.
They are high in fat which can cause pancreatitis.
They are high in phosphorus which can lead to urinary tract issues.
Pistachio nuts are not toxic to dogs.
The shells can tear tissue while going through the digestive tract.
Only give small amounts of shelled pistachios to dogs.
Walnuts are harmful to dogs.
English and black walnuts contain the juglone toxin.
They may also contain tremorgenic mycotoxins.
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