This is a very informative site, insofar as the information is concerned.
My dog loves to eat. Do you think the onion did it. I usually feed him rotisserie chicken. Even if I rinse the beans to make sure she gets no onion, will the beans be toxic to her since they were cooked with the onion????
So, feed onions for real potential for harm, or withhold and have the pup hate you for it? This website has told me I have been poisoning my dog all along.
I cook for my dog without adding onions to the food however she did get some scraps of our food which may have contained them. It has Onion and Garlic. Please consult your vet for a better answer. Goole Bone Broth for Dogs, their are a number of recipes out there. Please do not diagnose or guess a possible diagnosis.
Although a number of other compounds can cause Heinz bodies, when a veterinarian sees Heinz bodies in many cat or dog red blood cells, onion toxicity is the first differential that leaps out on the list.
I agree with you Susan. Now I notice it is made with onions. I used a half of an onion with about 2.
Will what ever is in the onion, that causes the toxicity be cooked out enough to give my small dog some of the beans? After 10 mins or so I remove the bone and put the broth in mason jars along with the carrots and celery.
It was an accident. To be on the safe side she is not getting anything that was near an onion!
We have a similar problem, only with beef roast cooked with onion on top. Theoretically, you should be ok but smaller dogs can have issues, there is no way to know how much onion ends up in the finished product and there are just some dogs that have bad reactions. My 12yr old dog hv been consuming the cooked onions n garlic happily. It can vary for individual dog.
When I first got my Siberian Husky I thought he would be able to handle onions and grapes but he did eat a big piece of chocolate the other day nothing happen I thought he could eat grapes but I never tryed to give them to him today he ate a little piece of onion on a burger he jumped up on the counter and ate it I looked on this website to see if a little piece of onion could hurt him but he seems to be fine.
I read that cooked onions and onion powder should also be avoided. She may induce vomiting or administer a product to help decrease the absorption of the onions. It was mostly just rice and chicken, which is perfectly safe, but then I remembered that it also had a few tiny pieces of onion in it.