How much guacamole is bad for dogs? Stick to feeding your dog small amounts to minimize the risk of toxicity. Two or three bite-sized chunks are more than enough to give your dog a tasty treat without risking their health. Remember to cut avocado flesh into small, bite-sized pieces to make it easy to swallow and minimize your dog’s choking risk.
Can dogs eat avocado or guacamole? No! Avocado products, like guacamole, may also have other ingredients in them and should NEVER be fed to your dog. Onions, for example, are a common ingredient in guacamole that is harmful to dogs. Onions will destroy your dog’s red blood cells, causing very severe symptoms that can lead to kidney failure.
Is avocado toxic to dogs? The leaves, fruit, seeds and bark of avocados contain persin, which can cause vomiting and diarrhea in dogs, and more serious signs in other animals due to a wide range in sensitivity across species. Birds, horses and rodents are especially sensitive to avocado toxicity.
What should I do if my dog eats avocado? If your dog eats the pulp of an avocado, it’s always a good idea to watch them for 24-48 hours, and report any vomiting, diarrhea or signs of abdominal discomfort to your veterinarian.