Chemical components in garlic and other allium family members are beneficial to humans but harmful to canines.
Garlic's active ingredients may cause hemolytic anaemia in dogs by damaging their red blood cells.
Dogs who accidentally swallow garlic may also experience stomach distress since their digestive system isn't adapted to processing .
Garlic may be found in the produce section of most supermarkets, either as whole bulbs or pre-minced in jars.
A dog that has eaten the leaves or stems of a garlic plant should be treated the same as one that eats the bulb or cloves.
Even at 5 grammes of garlic per kilogramme of body weight, poisoning from garlic has been seen.
Keep in mind that fresh garlic is no match for garlic powder. Items like soup mixes and flavour packs include this.