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FDA: Keep Your Dogs Away From Gum, Nut Butters Containing Xylitol

The Food & Drug Administration is issuing a stricter warning for dog owners against xylitol, a common sweetener that’s found in many gum products as well as some nut butters, because it can “can have devastating effects on your pet.” [More]

Sweetener Used In Gum Blamed For Increase In Accidental Dog Poisonings

Sweetener Used In Gum Blamed For Increase In Accidental Dog Poisonings

Keep your pooch away from your gum stash: experts are pointing the finger at xylitol, an ingredient used in sugarless gum, as the culprit behind a recent uptick in accidental dog poisonings. [More]

Keep Your Dogs Away From Gum With Xylitol So Their Organs Don't Bleed

Keep Your Dogs Away From Gum With Xylitol So Their Organs Don't Bleed

Icebreakers gum may be a great way to “break the ice,” but you wouldn’t want to use them to help your dog freshen his breath. Many pet owners aren’t aware that the artificial sweetener inside it and many other products, Xylitol, can be acutely toxic to dogs if the canines eat it. KCBS has the tragic story of one corgi who suffered acute liver failure after he got into a bag of Icebreakers. [More]