Fruits You Didn't Know Your Dog Shouldn't Be Eating

If you're a dog owner, you know that there is no one in the world more important than your furry friend. Dog moms and dads are always looking to make their four-legged buddy happy by giving them new foods, toys, treats, and tons of belly rubs. For pet parents, we always tend to include our dogs in everything we do, and oftentimes that means meals (via Dog Time). While we know that human food can sometimes be bad for dogs, that doesn't stop us from giving them a little something under the table every now and again. 

While there are tons of foods that we know dogs can't eat, like chocolate and onions, there are other foods that dogs should avoid that are a lot less common (via There are many times where we feed our dogs pieces of our meal without realizing it's definitely not the best for their digestive system or stomachs — this includes dogs and certain fruits.

Fruits your dog should totally avoid

One fruit that dogs should avoid eating altogether are grapes. While grapes are small, they can cause irreversible kidney damage and failure in dogs very quickly. It's extremely toxic for pups, so if your dog does get into a bag of grapes, it's important to have them seen and checked out by a vet (via Love The Garden).

Dogs should also avoid having any avocado. Avocados contain persin, which is known to cause vomiting and diarrhea in dogs. While it is not lethal, it can therefore cause dehydration if they have too many adverse reactions, according to the American Kennel Club.

Additionally, cherries are not to be given to dogs, either. Though small, cherries have cyanide in the plant, which can disrupt a dog's cellular oxygen transport. If your dog eats cherries, they may have cyanide poisoning. Experts say to look out for "dilated pupils, difficulty breathing, and red gums" (via the AKC).

While feeding your dog from your plate may make them happy and be a bonding experience, double-check before giving them just anything!