Can dogs eat Sweeteners?

can dogs eat sweetenersNo

Risks

health-risks
  • Some sweeteners are sugars that have been chemically modified, while others are artificial sweeteners. Sweeteners are not necessary components of dogs' diets. In fact, certain sweeteners like Xylitol are toxic to dogs and can cause hypoglycemia, liver damage, or seizures.
  • Sweeteners like honey, maple syrup, blackstrap molasses, and Stevia are generally safe in small amounts, but dogs don't need them in their diets.
  • Table sugar, brown sugar, beet sugar, corn syrup, and Sugar in The Raw are high in calories and not recommended for dogs. Excessive consumption can lead to various health issues, including weight gain, obesity, heart problems, and diabetes.
  • Artificial sweeteners like Splenda, sucralose, saccharin, and aspartame should not be given to dogs because they contain synthetic substances that can be harmful to dogs.
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