There are lots of toxic food and poisonous plants in the world that may harm your dogs. Among them, garlic has been long debated to be poison or medicine. Garlic actually contains very healthy ingredients, such as: Inulin, amino acid, vitamin and minerals. On the other hand, it also contains a toxic chemical property called N-propyl di-sulfide that may damage dogs’ hemoglobin.

All dog owners should read this infographic by NolongerWild.com to know how to feed garlic to your dogs in a right manner (with proper amount and period of time).

Garlic for Dogs: Poison or Medicine?

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