Beagle Food – Foods To Avoid Feeding Your Beagle (A to Z)

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Foods To Avoid Feeding Your BeagleThe food that you give to your beagle is one of the most important factors in their health and well-being. If you want to know which foods to avoid feeding your beagle, check out our A to Z list.

Avocados

Baby Food and Bones

Chocolate, Coffee & Tea

Dairy Products and Milk

Eggs (raw)

Fat Trimming

Garlic

Human Food (no table scraps, please).

Isopropyl as well as ethanol and methanol contained in alcoholic beverages. Alcohol can cause intoxication, coma and death (and the amount needed to damage your beagle’s health is far less than in the case of human beings).

Jack-in-the-pulpit and Jimson weed are two plants that contain substances that are extremely dangerous for your beagle.

Kat Food

Large Amounts of Liver

Macadamia nuts

Nutmeg and other spices

Onions

Persimmons, Peaches and Plums (careful with the pits)

Raisins and Grapes

Salt

Tomato Plants (as many other plants can be dangerous for dogs)

Umbrella Plant (Scheffelera)

Vitamin Supplements for Humans With Iron

Watermelon seeds (as well as many other seeds)

Xylitol

Yeast Dough

Foods and Plants To Avoid Feeding Your Beagle

Risingwoods.org provides a list of substances and plants that you should keep away from your beagle because they are toxic.

Alcohol (all beverages, ethanol, methanol, isopropyl)
Almonds*
Amarylis bulb*
Apricot*
Autumn crocus (Colchicum autumnale)*
Avocado (leaves, seeds, stem, skin)*
Azalea (entire rhododendron family)

Begonia*
Bird of Paradise
Bittersweet
Bleeding heart*
Boxwood
Bracken fern
Buckeye
Buttercup (Ranunculus)

Caffeine
Caladium*
Calla lily*
Castor bean* (can be fatal if chewed)
Cherry
Chinese sacred or heavenly bamboo*
Chocolate
Choke cherry (unripe berries)*
Chrysanthemum (a natural source of pyrethrins)
Clematis
Crocus bulb
Croton (Codiaeum sp.)
Cyclamen bulb

Daffodil (Narcissus)
Delphenium
Dumb cane (Dieffenbachia)*

Elderberry (unripe berries)
English ivy (All Hedera species of ivy)

Fig (Ficus)
Four-o’clocks (Mirabilis)
Foxglove (Digitalis)

Garlic*

Hyacinth bulbs
Hydrangea*
Holly berries

Iris corms
Jack-in-the-pulpit*
Jimson weed*

Kalanchoe*

Lantana*
larkspur
Lily (bulbs of most species)
Lily-of-the-valley
Lupine species

Marijuana or hemp (Cannibus)*
Milkweed*
Mistletoe berries*
monkshood*
Morning glory*
Mountain laurel

Narcissus (Daffodil)

Oak* (remove bark for use as a bird perch)
Oleander*
Onions*
Peaches*

Pencil cactus plant* (Euphorbia sp.)
Philodendron (all species)*
Poinsettia (many hybrids, avoid them all)
Potato (leaves and stem)

Rhubarb leaves*
Rosary Pea (Arbus sp.)* (Can be fatal if chewed)

Scheffelera (umbrella plant)
Shamrock (Oxalis sp.)*
Spurge (Euphorbia sp.)

Tomatoes (leaves and stem)

Umbrella Plant (Scheffelera)

Yew*.

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If you know or suspect that your beagle has ingested foods on the list of foods to avoid feeding your beagle above, consult with your vet or the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center at (888) 426-4435.

For more information about the food that you should be feeding your beagle, check out the resource box below.

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