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Are dogs allergic to shrimp chips?

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Although prawn crackers are lower in calories and fat than crisps, they're still a very unhealthy “treat” to give your pup. However, they are not toxic and safe for dogs to eat. That means if you're tucking into a takeaway and your dog swipes a dropped prawn cracker it shouldn't cause them any harm.

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