Nuts are a common allergy in humans. This problem can occur in dogs as well; however, it's not the only issue.

Most nuts are high in salt and fat, which can lead to pancreatitis or similar health conditions. Whilst this can be dangerous, a more toxic component in nuts is the Aspergillus mould. It contains the toxin, aflatoxin, which can seriously hurt your dog.

Another problem is the shape and size as they are a massive choking hazard.

Despite this, there are ways to give your dog nuts with minimal risk. Spreads like peanut butter can be a great snack if your dog isn't allergic.

If you want to know which nuts your dog can definitely not eat, then have a look through this category, watch the videos and get a copy of our free handout.

We are passionate about making sure every dog owner knows which foods are poisonous. Unfortunately, many people don't realise how dangerous most of the food in their homes are.

By collating this information, we want to offer you a quick and accessible guide. Hopefully, it will help you make informed decisions about what you feed your dog.