• Big Rick Stuart

Dogs Shouldn't Eat Hot Dogs, and Other Pet-Unsafe Barbecue Foods

lifehacker


No matter how hard they beg, don't let them partake in these barbecue staples.


The biggest danger to dogs at a cookout isn’t poisoning—it’s choking. According to the ASPCA, bones from ribs and chicken wings, corn cobs, and discarded wooden skewers are all exactly the right size and shape to cause serious problems. They’re also the kind of things people leave out without a second thought. To curious pups, abandoned plates piled with bones, sticks, and corn look like an all-you-can-eat buffet, so keep yours away from food waste.

1 view0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Historic Museum of Pinball to Close for Good

ign.com California’s Museum of Pinball is closing for good, and its collection of “over 1,100” machines is going up for individual auctions, ArsTechnica reports. The nonprofit museum’s lead tech Chuck