I never knew about bacon being bad for dogs. Thanks for the info!

These Homemade Pumpkin Bacon Dog Treats are easy peasy to make, with just five ingredients!
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fayx24~Bacon was a big surprise for me as well. I guess sticking with healthy made for dogs snacks is the best bet. My dog sure doesn't think this is the best idea though!
Peanut Butter Bacon Dog Treats - pups LOVE them and they're so easy to make.
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If you suspect that your dog has consumed bacon without your supervision and see any/all of these symptoms in your dog (vomiting, diarrhea and intense stomach pain), then you have to talk to your veterinarian on the spot and tell them about the situation. My dogs love these homemade bacon dog treats! Very easy and made at home without any preservatives!
Photo provided by FlickrPeanut Butter Bacon Dog Treats - pups LOVE them and they're so easy to make.
Photo provided by FlickrHilarious Talking Dog Video teasing the dog about bacon and cat treats
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What's in the box? OMG, it is bacon and really smells great! This dog is so excited about it that starts shaking and licking his nose! He wants it so much! Must have bacon is written all over his face! :))Clark the Talking Dog is a Dutch Shepherd Mix that was adopted as a puppy from a rescue shelter. Now he’s famous and has his own Clark the Talking Dog Facebook page . He really loves maple bacon!

Don’t tease the dog funny video from Talking Dogs.“What’s inside the box? Oh my goodness,” says dad as the box is opened. The sight of bacon leaves this dog begging in a way I’ve never seen before.Despite the fact that bacon in and of itself is not particularly toxic or poisonous to dogs, the answer is NO, you’re better off avoiding feeding your dog bacon.While enjoying the heavenly delight and pleasure that comes with eating bacon for breakfast, you might have wondered whether you can share some with your dog.NO, even if the bacon you want to give to your dog is raw and hasn’t been preserved with harmful substances, it’s still better if you don’t feed your dog any kind of bacon, including raw bacon.Since bacon is just preserved by means of smoking, curing or salting, and while these preservation means may be fine for us humans, they (most of the times) have terrible effects on your dog’s health.There are a lot of companies out there that manufacture low-sodium and low-fat bacon, which allows you to sneak in that occasional treat once in a while in your dog’s diet.– Obesity: Being very high in calories, bacon can easily add on the pounds for your dog (just like it can for you and I if we eat too much), leading to all kinds of things like obesity, hypothyroidism and cardiovascular disease.Dogs can eat bacon and bacon grease. This article has no science behind it. Sure, feeding excessive amounts of bacon or bacon grease will cause problems for you or your dog, but in moderation it really is not a problem. If your dog has health issues or is overweight then by no means aggravate their condition by adding a high fat high salt food to their diet, but if your dog is relatively young and healthy then it is highly unlikely that feeding a small or moderate amount of bacon or bacon grease to your dog will bring them any harm. People have been doing this for decades with no ill effects, but again the key is moderation and only in healthy active dogs. I typically feed about a tablespoon of bacon grease to 2 cups of dry dog food. I don’t do this every day, in fact I do it quite rarely as I rarely eat bacon. It is important to remember that bacon is high in fat and salt so overfeeding bacon or bacon grease to the healthiest of dogs can cause an upset stomach and diarrhea, so always use moderation and keep an eye on your dog for any negative effects.