Why is Xylitol Bad for Dogs?

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Xylitol is widely used and is not dangerous for humans to consume. But, you should be sure to keep xylitol away from your dog. Here’s why.

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0:00 Xylitol and dogs 
0:14 What is xylitol? 
0:43 Xylitol poisoning in dogs 
1:07 Symptoms of hypoglycemia in dogs 

Why is xylitol dangerous for dogs? It’s not actually dangerous for humans and many other animals, but dogs have a different metabolism for xylitol. 

Xylitol is a sugar alcohol used in things like gum, toothpaste, keto baked goods, chewable vitamins, and more. 

Xylitol can create a massive insulin release in dogs. This can bring the blood sugars way down and can cause hypoglycemia. 

A few symptoms of hypoglycemia in dogs:
• Weakness 
• Staggering 
• Vomiting 
• Liver damage 

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Why is Xylitol Bad for Dogs? uploaded in 2020-08-23 11:57:22 by Dr. Eric Berg DC