[Quiz] Which considerably healthy human food dogs can eat?

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We are always tempted to feed our lovely dogs with a bit of human edible snack. Why not take this fun test to find out how well you know about food?

1.
Apple
Banana
Correct!
Wrong!
2.
Chicken
Pork
Correct!
Wrong!
3.
Mushroom
Carrot
Correct!
Wrong!
4.
Green beans
Asparagus
Correct!
Wrong!
5.
Onion
Sweet potato
Correct!
Wrong!
You’ve got: 1 out of 5
It’s okay if you only keep dogs on their canine diets. But if you can’t resist giving them occasional human treats, it’s best to know more. Go get yourself aware of the most dangerous food to stay away from.
You’ve got: 2 out of 5
It’s okay if you only keep dogs on their canine diets. But if you can’t resist giving them occasional human treats, it’s best to know more. Go get yourself aware of the most dangerous food to stay away from.
You’ve got: 3 out of 5
Not bad! Now warm-up is done, why not make sure you know exactly what toxic food to avoid?
You’ve got: 4 out of 5
You do great! Now warm-up is done, why not make sure you know exactly what toxic food to avoid?
You’ve got: 5 out of 5
Impressive! You are familiar with what human food dogs can eat and we are proud of you. Why don’t challenge yourself to see if you know all toxic food to avoid?
You’ve got: 1 out of 5
It’s okay if you only keep dogs on their canine diets. But if you can’t resist giving them occasional human treats, it’s best to know more. Go get yourself aware of the most dangerous food to stay away from.
Which considerably healthy human food dogs can eat?
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Which considerably healthy human food dogs can eat?
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