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Dogs and chilli?!

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Amelia M Richards, Jul 31, 2019.


  1. Amelia M Richards

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    So i made a chicken biriyani today.. went a bit mad with the chillies and it was SPICY..so spicy that my boyfriend couldn't finish it and left his half eaten plate on the table (men:rolleyes: )
    And yep, you guessed it, miss Roxy went straight up there the second he went out the room and scoffed the lot.
    Now this is the same dog that throws up plain chicken..gets diarrhoea for a week if I dare stray from her grain-free, everything free food and turns her nose up at rice usually... how worried should I be?
    Any tips on preventing or treating the inevitable reappearance of said biriyani?
    Honestly it was so spicy..she was licking her lips constantly when I found her looking guilty outside the bathroom door (I was in the bath the whole time) but she had some water and is asleep now
     
  2. Sarah H

    Sarah H Grand Empress of the Universe

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    Oh dear...chilli is fine for dogs, but a bit like people, too much can cause...errr....problems...
     
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  3. catz4m8z

    catz4m8z PetForums VIP

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    oh no:Nailbiting
    mop and bucket on standby?
     
  4. Smalldogs

    Smalldogs PetForums Member

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    Several of our dogs have eaten very hot chilli regularly with no ill effects. My son is a chilli addict, and nothing will stop him sharing it with any dog who wants it. Currently we have one dog who relishes it, one who refuses it, and one who is too young to be allowed near it (my son does at least accept that puppies need to be on a regulated diet). The one who relishes it has never had any ill effects whatsoever, apart from temper tantrums if my son doesn't give her enough.
     
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  5. niamh123

    niamh123 PetForums VIP

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    How is Roxy this morning hope she is okay:)
     
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