What Bulldogs Can’t Eat?

Beef, pork, lamb, peanut butter, raisins, and grapes

Beef contains beta-oxidation byproducts such as butyric acid which is used in the commercial food industry to produce a meaty taste in dog food. Dogs can’t digest it properly and will experience pain if they ingest large quantities of beef – therefore it’s safer that Bulldogs not eat any beef products at all. This also includes any and all forms of corn beef or corned beef. Pork contains fatter than muscle which dogs cannot metabolize; research has shown that these fats lead to pancreatitis when eaten in excess by dogs. Peanut butter is delicious for humans, but too much-concentrated salt kills dogs (especially Pitties) quickly…

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