As a pet owner, you should always consult with your veterinarian before giving your dog any new food. This is because many foods are toxic to dogs and can cause seizures or other serious health issues. There are a few exceptions to this rule, most notably bacon which will not harm the dog in any way but may make them sick if they have too much of it. However, one exception that might surprise you is brown sugar! Can Dogs Eat Brown Sugar? Brown sugar contains no nutritional value for dogs whatsoever so feeding them large quantities of it would be unhealthy. In fact, even small amounts can lead to diarrhea and vomiting in some instances.
For these reasons alone we advise against letting your pets eat brown sugar more than infrequently as an occasional treat due to its lack of nutritional value. While brown sugar does not contain any nutrients, it is still sweet and will cause a dog’s blood glucose to spike if they eat too much of it which can lead to problems such as hyperactivity or diabetes. This means that you should be careful about how often your pet eats this food item because the more he has the worse his health may become in some cases. As these side effects are generally mild enough for most pets, we do not recommend avoiding giving them small portions of brown sugar every once in awhile but instead keep an eye on their intake so that they don’t consume too many calories from one source without getting anything else healthy out of it at the same time! As with all foods, make sure you