When you get a new puppy, they want to get into everything—and we mean everything. They’re constantly sniffing and searching, trying to lick, chew, bite or otherwise investigate their surroundings. And that includes food, of course. Because what’s more fun than puppy food? Other types of food, of course! It’s all new to them, and they’re probably not sure what they can or cannot eat, and what can actually be dangerous for them. That’s where you, their owner, comes in. It’s your responsibility to make sure that your puppy stays safe and only eats the things that are meant for their growing tummies.
Of course, some of the things that you might think are off limits are actually OK for puppies to snack on. Apples, for example, are fine as long as the core and seeds are removed. But raisins? They’re highly toxic and should be kept out of puppy paws at all costs. What else? This graphic explains it.