Tuesday, June 23, 2009

What I learned about MACADAMIA NUTS!

They're good going down. They're yellow and chunky coming back up. Just thought I'd share that with you. I would have posted a picture but Mom grabbed the quilt too fast. (and the blanket, the sheets, etc....) She just DOESN'T understand that barf is everly so kewl in the world of puppers.

Maybe next time?

Love, Mary-Margaret

PS - My friends, Abbey Mia and Harper, from New York sent me an email telling me about Macadamia nuts being bad for dogs and that I should NOT eat them. Here's what else they said I couldn't have. Phooey palooey!

Poisonous Foods for Dogs

Print and Paste on Fridge

· Chocolate (contains Theobromineb) (RATS...like...whateverrrrrrrrrrr!!!)

· Onions & garlic

· Pear pips, the kernels of plums, Grapes and the Seeds of grapes,peaches and apricots, apple
core pips (contain cyanogenic glycosides resulting in cyanide poisoning)

· Potato peelings and green looking potatoes

· Rhubarb leaves

· Moldy/spoiled foods

· Macadamia Nuts/Walnuts DARN DARN DARN DARN!!!!

· Alcohol

· Yeast dough

· Coffee grounds, beans & tea (caffeine)

· Hops (used in home brewing)

· Tomato leaves & stems (green parts)

· Broccoli (in large amounts) (not one of my favorites, anyway!)

· Raisins and grapes (damages the kidneys)

· Cigarettes, tobacco, cigars (....as if?)

· Nutmeg

· Raw Potatoes

· Turkey skin

· Voltarin (in arthritis medication)-Very Fatal

· Baby Food (can contain onion powder)

· Citrus oil

· Fat trimmings (Can cause pancreatitis).

· Human vitamins containing iron (can damage the lining of the digestive system)

· Large amounts of liver

· Mushrooms

· Raw fish

Most of this stuff I can live without. But gosh! Chocolate and macadamia nuts? The humans probably just want it all for themselves. Hmmmmph!!!

1 comment:

MJ's doghouse said...

oh dear...i was just sitting here drinking my evening box of wine and eating a chocolate or two with a huge helpin of macadamia nuts.....i dont think i will letmom see this post.....(thanks for the heads up)