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|#8 - Can't dogs die from chocolate? [+] (9 new replies)||01/03/2014 on Drunk puppy||+63|
#80 - Akinator (01/04/2014) [-]
They can't metabolize theobromine, which is found in an extremely small amount in normal milk chocolate and chocolate liquor. Vets usually explain that what dogs should stay away from no matter what is dark chocolate (Much higher levels of theobromine) and baker's chocolate (If your dog eats some of this HE DED)
#26 - howunexpected (01/04/2014) [-]
Chocolate liquor doesn't have much chocolate, and those look like mini-bottles
I'd be more concerned about the fact that even though no animal is made to process alcohol well, dogs are likely not as successful at it as humans are. I'd be concerned that the dog would die from alcohol poisoning
#17 - huchkizz (01/03/2014) [-]
Dogs have a great chance of death after eating chocolate.
Dogs can't matabolize theobromine which is a alkaloid found in chocolate.
In large amounts, thebromine can cause what's called theobromine poisning. Symptoms of this includes: Nausea, Vomiting, diarrehea and can progress into internal bleeding, heart attacks, epileptic seizures and eventually death (I shit you not, look up Theobromine poisoning on Google)
The reason behind the toxic effect on animals is, as said, they metabolize thebromine much slower than us humans.
But for for fun:
To calculate a 50% chance of death of a dog, take it's weight in kg and multiply by 300 mg of thebromine. So if a dog weighs 10 kg, merely 3000 mg (or 3 grams) of thebromine will give the dog a 50 % chance of death.
How much thebromine is in chocolate, is beyond my knowledge.
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