missmad127 answered Saturday July 15 2006, 5:11 pm: i would say no just to be on the safe side. we just got a dog that had a kidney stone because she was given so much table food. we never feed our dog any thing other than her dog food but that is only because we really care about her health.
Hope i have helped.
Keosha answered Sunday July 9 2006, 4:19 pm: Yes it is okay to give ur dog some cereal but nothing with chocolate b/c in chocolate there is a chemical that doesn't agree with dogs body chemistry very well and could make them sick. Also, i wouldnt suggest giving your dog too much human foods as it is not that good for them and can make them overweight. [ Keosha's advice column | Ask Keosha A Question ]
xxhbbxx answered Sunday July 9 2006, 3:09 pm: dont give him frosted flakes, but plain CHeerios are good because they are just made out of whole grain and wheat. Frosted Flakes and sugar and that might hurt your dogs stomache a little. [ xxhbbxx's advice column | Ask xxhbbxx A Question ]
Nallie answered Sunday July 9 2006, 1:41 pm: Well, I use plain regular cheerios for training treats and the vet didn't object. Bascially the grains in cheerios are similar to what is in dog food. Frosted flakes contain too much sugar, but a few cheerios a day probably won't hurt. [ Nallie's advice column | Ask Nallie A Question ]
xxsima answered Sunday July 9 2006, 1:07 pm: Definitely not. The only food that you should give your dog is the regular food that dogs are supposed to eat. Sugar is very bad for dogs and can make them sick, considering the amount of sugar in frosted flakes.
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