Are potato chips bad for dogs



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Are potato chips bad for dogs?

I have read that eating potatoes chips can be bad for dogs. Is this true?

I have a 14 pound beagle and we always have a bag of chips every Friday in the evening for dinner.

I'm just curious if there is something that could go wrong and I can be looking for signs. Like the dog getting a little bloated or not able to exercise.

I have read that eating potatoes chips can be bad for dogs. Is this true?

I have a 14 pound beagle and we always have a bag of chips every Friday in the evening for dinner.

I'm just curious if there is something that could go wrong and I can be looking for signs. Like the dog getting a little bloated or not able to exercise.

-Dylan

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Potatoes have carbs, and as long as it's in the correct quantity the carbs will not be a problem. It's the high sugar content that can cause problems. And the high-fat content can cause bloat if your dog is overweight.

Potatoes have carbs, and as long as it's in the correct quantity the carbs will not be a problem. It's the high sugar content that can cause problems. And the high-fat content can cause bloat if your dog is overweight.

Thank you for your reply.

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I am actually kind of confused as to what quantity of carbs. How much carbs are in a bag of potato chips?

I don't think my dog is overweight. I think she is always hungry and always wants to eat.

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If your dog is always hungry and always wants to eat, then there's nothing that you can do about it. A hungry dog will eat everything, even if it's harmful. And she will not eat anything harmful, so the potato chips are fine.

If your dog is always hungry and always wants to eat, then there's nothing that you can do about it. A hungry dog will eat everything, even if it's harmful. And she will not eat anything harmful, so the potato chips are fine.

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I just want to know for my own safety.

How many chips are in a bag?

If it is a normal bag, and one bag would be a normal size for me, I'd say there is a lot.

I just want to know for my own safety.

How many chips are in a bag?

If it is a normal bag, and one bag would be a normal size for me, I'd say there is a lot.

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The amount will depend on how many you purchase, but they are often around the same amount as the potatoes. They're not going to have more or less than a potato, and as long as your dog isn't eating it for a long period of time (like an hour or more) and doesn't have any other food in her system, it should be fine.

As a side note, if you're buying them in bulk, and getting them at a discount, it's actually quite a bit cheaper than buying a bag of potatoes and cutting up some of them into smaller pieces for your dog.

This.

The amount will depend on how many you purchase, but they are often around the same amount as the potatoes. They're not going to have more or less than a potato, and as long as your dog isn't eating it for a long period of time (like an hour or more) and doesn't have any other food in her system, it should be fine.

As a side note, if you're buying them in bulk, and getting them at a discount, it's actually quite a bit cheaper than buying a bag of potatoes and cutting up some of them into smaller pieces for your dog.

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Thanks for your reply. I will buy some potatoes then.

The chips are pretty cheap too.

I'm a bit surprised how much they cost. It's not like they are really that much of a treat.

How many chips are in a bag?

If it is a normal bag, and one bag would be a normal size for me, I'd say there is a lot.

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The amount will depend on how many you purchase, but they are often around the same amount as the potatoes. They're not going to have more or less than a potato, and as long as your dog isn't eating it for a long period of time (like an hour or more) and doesn't have any other food in her system, it should be fine.

As a side note, if you're buying them in bulk, and getting them at a discount, it's actually quite a bit cheaper than buying a bag of potatoes and cutting up some of them into smaller pieces for your dog.

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Thanks for your reply.

The price I was referring to, when I sd "It's not like they are really that much of a treat" I meant the cost, not the chips themselves.

So I'm not talking about paying $1.25 per bag of chips that I can't really use up that fast.

The price I was referring to, when I sd "It's not like they are really that much of a treat" I meant the cost, not the chips themselves.

So I'm not talking about paying $1.25 per bag of chips that I can't really use up that fast.

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Ah, ok. I misunderstood what you meant. If you were just referring to the amount of chips in the bag, then I misread the question and replied to that.

The chips themselves are going to be pretty cheap. I'm not aware of any special discounts that you get on them. They are usually about the same price as a potato, though.

I think what I'd do is just buy a small bag of potatoes (you can


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