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to me it would be too much...to much fat... but then I say cooked human food for humans ...dog food, raw veggies and fruit, raw meat for dogs...

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Amys just recovered from a nasty bout of pancreatitis, hers was due to ingesting a toxic puddle but high fat can also trigger it so I would avoid giving a dog pizza or high fat foods


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Other than the high fat and low nutrient issue that everyone already mentioned, your dog could also develop a taste for it and won't leave you alone the next time you order pizza! I can tell my dog was fed a lot of carby human food from her previous family just from her reaction and behaviour when we have toast or hot chips on.

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Definitely, they are curious little beggars LOL!! Pizza is on top of the list...drooling, putting paws on your lap & staring w/those big puppy dog eyes! "Gimme some carbs!!"


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I wouldn’t give mine pizza. There are a lot of things they can’t have. Like onions and garlic


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