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What happens if dogs eat shrimp?

Asked: Preston Schroder, Last Updated:

Shrimp and other shellfish can cause GI upset like vomiting, gas, and diarrhea in dogs that are especially sensitive. If your dog ate shrimp and had a bad reaction, eliminate the food from your dog's diet to see if the symptoms clear up. A reaction every time your dog eats shrimp can mean an allergy or intolerance.

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  • Can you warm up smoked salmon?

    How to you reheat hot smoked salmon? ... Place your smoked salmon in either a shallow baking dish or a baking sheet. Before placing in the oven, lightly coat the top of the salmon with a little butter or olive oil. Warm the smoked salmon in the oven for about five minutes, depending on the strength of your oven.

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    Although most people recover from a Salmonella infection without treatment, it's possible to become very ill or even die from it. The CDC estimates that Salmonella infection causes 23,000 hospitalizations and 450 deaths in the United States each year.

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    Sockeye salmon, with its firm flesh and rich flavor, is considered a favorite among salmon eaters. Keta salmon, also called chum or dog salmon, is a drier fillet because of its lower fat content.

  • Why is my loach attacking my fish?

    Usually loaches are pretty chill fish, but they also usually do better in groups so it could just be that he's being aggressive because he's alone now. It's also possible that he didn't kill the other loaches and that they died some other way, that is, unless you actually saw him attacking them.

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