Are cooked hamburgers bad for dogs?

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Plain hamburger meat, without added salt or spices, is a healthy source of protein for your dog. Cooked hamburger carries a lower risk of food-borne illness, but dogs' strong stomach acid kills most bacteria. Be sure that there is no onion or garlic cooked into the meat, as both can be fatal to dogs.
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Yes! Plain hamburger meat, without added salt or spices, is a healthy source of protein for your dog. Cooked hamburger carries a lower risk of food-borne illness, but dogs' strong stomach acid kills most bacteria. Be sure that there is no onion or garlic cooked into the meat, as both can be fatal to dogs.
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Yes! Plain hamburger meat, without added salt or spices, is a healthy source of protein for your dog.

Cooked hamburger carries a lower risk of food-borne illness, but dogs' strong stomach acid kills most bacteria.

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A McDonald's hamburger is not the best thing to feed a dog - even as a treat.

It won't kill her, but depending on her size, the salt, the bun, the ketchup, mustard and especially the onions will upset her digestion, possibly causing uncomfortable gas and diarrhea.

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Like tomatoes, raw potatoes contain solanine, a compound that is toxic to some dogs. However, cooking a potato reduces the levels of solanine. If you do feed your dog a potato, it should be baked or boiled, with nothing added to it… Giving a dog too many carbohydrates can result in obesity or other health problems.
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The short answer is “yes and no.” Turkey is not toxic to dogs… When cooked plain, under the guidance of a veterinarian, it can be an essential part of a homemade dog food diet. Thanksgiving turkeys, however, are rarely cooked plain.
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Raw bones – yes, even raw chicken bones – are actually quite beneficial for dogs.

Cooked bones become dry and brittle.

When chewed by your dog, cooked bones can crack and splinter leading to painful cuts to the mouth and gums, or, worse, can lead to choking, internal injuries, punctured organs, and death.

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Be aware that any bone may cause a digestive upset in a dog.

Cooked Bones Cooked, brittle bones are more likely to splinter which may cause fractured teeth and possible perforation of the intestine or throat either on the way down or on the way back up if the dog vomits.

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