It can be hard to remember what foods are safe for our pets. That is why we have put together a handy guide to help you out. If you have any questions about toxic foods, please call our friendly team on 0296269561.

Just because food might be good for us humans, it does not always mean it is good for your pet. We have put together a list of foods to avoid feeding your pet.

Please note: This is not a complete list of foods that might be toxic to your pet. If you are unsure, please talk to one of our vets.

Apples: Stems, leaves and seeds

Apricots: Stems, leaves and seeds

Avocado: Leaves, skin, seeds and bark

Broccoli: All if more than 10% of diet

Cherries: Stems, leaves and seeds

Chocolate: All

Cigarettes, cigars,

nicotine gum, nicotine

nasal sprays


Ethanol (alcohol)


Grapes/Raisins – Fresh or dried


Macadamia Nuts

Mushrooms – Wild


Onion powder

Peaches: Stems, leaves and seeds

Pear: pips Stems, leaves and seeds

Plum kernels Stems, leaves and seeds

Potato: Peelings and sprouts

Rhubarb Leaves

Sugar free gum


Tomatoes Leaves and stems (green parts)

Yeast Dough

If your pet has eaten any of the above foods, please call us on 0296269561 straight away for advice.

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