I’ve been hearing a lot of talk about the dangers of feeding dogs Hot Cheetos lately. I’m not sure if it’s because people are genuinely concerned or they just like to share funny stories, but there is no doubt that some dogs have eaten them and survived.
Can Dogs Eat Hot Cheetos? Yes, they can. If you want to give a treat to your dog, make sure he has access to plenty of fresh water and monitor his behavior regularly.
Watch out for any concerning behaviors–especially after eating hot Cheetos–and take him straight to the veterinarian if necessary. Don’t feed dogs hot Cheetos; it’s not worth the risk.
If you want to give your dog a treat, here are some tips for making sure he doesn’t get into any trouble:-
– Make sure the dog has access to plenty of freshwater
– Don’t let him lick the cheese off first
– Regularly monitor his behavior
– Check his stool for signs of distress
– Take him to the vet if you notice any alarming symptoms
– And, most importantly, don’t give your dog Hot Cheetos!
List of Treats that Dogs Love
-Jerky, especially chicken and beef flavors. They are both good for dental care because they scrape plaque off the teeth when chewed up.
-Cheese – make sure it’s not too hard (some dogs have sensitive stomachs).
-Chews or biscuits like Milkbone and Pupcakes; these treats can also help with anxiety relief and other behavioral issues in some cases.
-Frozen Peanut Butter Kong Dog Toy from Amazon! It holds the dog’s favorite treat inside frozen peanut butter as a long-lasting chew toy while satisfying his natural urge to hunt, eat and play.
-Frozen Banana Treats – just peel and slice a banana, place in the freezer for an hour or more to harden it into a treat that can be chewed on. Bananas are also good because they have natural potassium which is important for their heart.
-Apple Slices – dogs love apples! They’re healthy and satisfying (with apple slices make sure you watch out for mold).
-Green beans with icing sugar dusting; will satisfy your dog’s sweet tooth while giving them fiber content from green beans. Make sure not to give too many of these though as they do contain vegetables but might upset some stomachs if given too many at once.
-Cheese Sticks – cheese sticks are something every dog will enjoy.
-Bacon – Bacon is a treat you can give to your pooch but be sure not to overindulge them because it’s high in sodium which may upset their stomach and make them thirsty.
-Rawhide Chews – these provide hours of chewing time for dogs that are teething, as well as satisfying their natural urge to chew on things. Be careful with rawhides though if they have been sitting out at room temperature because this might lead to an upset stomach and diarrhea from bacteria growth.
-Frozen Yogurt Popsicle Treats – just take chunks of frozen yogurt, place them into a popsicle mold and freeze until solid! You can also add real fruit pieces to the mix.
-Peanut Butter – peanut butter is a great way for your dog to get some protein and healthy fats in their diet. Just be sure not to give them too much because it has an onion base which can upset your pooch’s stomach if they eat something that contains onions on top of this or have eaten anything with veggies recently.
-Toast Bits (dry) – another good source of low sugar carbs, toast bits are perfect as snacks between meals but you should always monitor how much dry bread they consume per day because otherwise, they might become constipated.
-Canned Pumpkin – canned pumpkin is full of fiber and other vitamins so it’s very beneficial for dogs who may need to go poop. In fact, canned pumpkin is one of the best things you can give your dog to help them with their constipation problems.
-Cooked white rice – cooked white rice is a good source of carbs but it’s important not to overfeed it because this could lead to some issues like diarrhea or other digestive tract problems. So make sure that they have small portions and don’t feed them too much at any given time.
-Dried cranberries – dried cranberries are full of vitamins that will keep your pup healthy and happy! Just be careful how many pieces they eat per day because for some dogs it has been shown that if eaten in large quantities then an upset stomach may occur as well as bladder stones due to high sugar content.