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Old 10-25-2004, 22:52   #4
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Re: Stuff I don't eat

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Originally posted by Woof
Chocolate toxicity

Cocoa powder and cooking chocolate are the most toxic forms. A 10-kilogram dog can be seriously affected if it eats a quarter of a 250gm packet of cocoa powder or half of a 250gm block of cooking chocolate. Semi-sweet chocolate and dark chocolate are the next most dangerous forms, with milk chocolate being the least dangerous. A dog needs to eat more than a 250gm block of milk chocolate to be affected. Obviously, the smaller the dog, the less it needs to eat.

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10 kilo dog = 26 pounds

250gm = appx 9 oz

appx wt. of chocloate in 2 oz Butterfinger candy bar = .10 oz.

Number of candy bars a dog would have to eat to eat 9 oz of chocolate; 250

I don't know of a 26# dog that can eat 250 candy bars,. nor would they want to........
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