Very Important: Never Let Your Dog Get at Any Product Containing This

Xylitol Dangers

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  • Xylitol is a common and popular sugar substitute found in such human products as sugar-free gum, mints and other candy, baked goods, chewable vitamins, certain prescription drugs, and dental hygiene products. It’s also sold in bulk as a sweetener for baking. As many dog guardians know, this natural sugar alcohol is quite toxic to dogs, causing hypoglycemia when small amounts are ingested, and liver failure with larger amounts.

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