Are cooked onions bad for dogs?

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Onions contain compounds called disulfides and thiosulphates which can be toxic cats and dogs if ingested.

The ingestion of Onions causes conditions called hemolytic anemia, Heinz body anemia, and methemoglobinemia which are all manifestation of damage to red blood cells.

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There are many kinds of food that humans eat which are unsafe for dogs.

Onions are not an exception.

Feeding your pooch onions can make him seriously ill, whether they are raw, cooked, or in powdered form.

Onions are toxic to canines because of the substance they contain known as thiosulfate.

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All parts of the onion plant are toxic to dogs, including the flesh, leaves, juice, and processed powders. Raw or cooked, fried or powdered, onions and the rest of the allium family (garlic, shallots, leeks, and chives) are harmful to dogs.
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All parts of the onion plant are toxic to dogs, including the flesh, leaves, juice, and processed powders. Raw or cooked, fried or powdered, onions and the rest of the allium family (garlic, shallots, leeks, and chives) are harmful to dogs.
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There are many kinds of food that humans eat which are unsafe for dogs.

Onions are not an exception.

Feeding your pooch Onions can make him seriously ill, whether they are raw, cooked, or in powdered form.

Onions are toxic to canines because of the substance they contain known as thiosulfate.

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All parts of the onion plant are toxic to dogs, including the flesh, leaves, juice, and processed powders. Raw or cooked, fried or powdered, onions and the rest of the allium family (garlic, shallots, leeks, and chives) are harmful to dogs. Onion powder is in a surprisingly wide range of foods, from soups to baby food.
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All parts of the onion plant are toxic to dogs, including the flesh, leaves, juice, and processed powders. Raw or cooked, fried or powdered, onions and the rest of the allium family (garlic, shallots, leeks, and chives) are harmful to dogs.
✔️
All parts of the onion plant are toxic to dogs, including the flesh, leaves, juice, and processed powders. Raw or cooked, fried or powdered, onions and the rest of the allium family (garlic, shallots, leeks, and chives) are harmful to dogs. Onion powder is in a surprisingly wide range of foods, from soups to baby food.
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