Asparagus isn't poisonous to dogs, although it has no nutritional benefit. If not cut or cooked properly, they could choke.

Asparagus

Many dry dog food companies utilise corn, but it's not very nutritious. It's nontoxic but unremarkable. The cob is harmful. It's a choking hazard and shouldn't be fed to dogs.

Corn on the cob

Garlic contains thiosulfate, which is toxic to dogs. Anemia causes lethargy, weakness, and jaundice.

Garlic

Another allium family member.. These plants cause vomiting, diarrhoea, nausea, and stomach distress. Red blood cells may rupture if too much is swallowed.

Leeks

While grocery store mushrooms are safe to eat, dogs don't like them and they're not more nutritious than other plants. Many wild mushrooms are toxic and can cause internal harm or death.

Mushrooms

Onions and chives are toxic to dogs as allium plants. If your dog has eaten leeks, onions, chives, or garlic, look for dark yellow pee, a drop in energy, and vomiting. Call the vet!

Onions

Rhubarb's oxalates might cause kidney stones or nervous system disorders in dogs. Rhubarb can reduce the calcium in your dog's bones if consumed in big quantities.

Rhubarb

A ripe tomato? There's nothing to worry about. Just keep an eye out for signs that your dog is upset. A tomato that is not yet ripe or the plant's leaves and stem? Toxic. Solanine is in these parts of the tomato, which can make you feel tired, confused, and throw up.

Tomatoes

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