By Josie February 24th, 2023
Although pistachios that have been properly processed are not directly hazardous to dogs, it's not an ideal snack for them.
They are high-fiber nuts that also include proteins and fatty acids.
Pistachios have anti-oxidants, vitamins, and minerals that are advantageous to humans and dogs.
Let's take look at the potential risks!
Although they contain many nutrients that are good for your doggo, the risks of giving pistachios to your dog exceed any potential benefits.
If your dog eats too much fat it may induce pancreatitis.
Pancreatitis is an acute, life-threatening disease with a steep mortality rate.
Salted and flavored pistachios have significant concentrations of sodium.
Your dog may experience nausea, diarrhea, and lethargy if its diet contains excessive salt.
Your dog’s esophagus may become blocked up due to eating pistachio shells.
This might necessitate an (expensive) X-ray at the vet.
A diet that contains an excessive amount of phosphorus can cause the development of bladder stones in your dog.
The nuts’ pistachio shells can clog your dog’s digestive tract, resulting in abdominal pain and discomfort.
Pistachios are cousins of poison ivy and may also contain Urushiol.
It is responsible for allergic reactions in dogs over their mouth and face.
Like all other nuts, Pistachios can present a choking hazard.
If you notice that your dog is having difficulty breathing, check their mouth and throat for any foreign. items
Moreover, ice cream frequently contains other ingredients that are harmful to dogs, such as xylitol or chocolate.
Ice cream contains too much sugar and fat for them to ingest.
– Get unsalted, fully plain pistachios.
– Discard the shells
– To reduce the risk of suffocation, you should crush or shatter the nuts before adding them to your dog’s meal.
Now you can go nuts without risking the safety of your furry bestie!