Can dogs smell coffee? Here’s What to Expect

Can dogs sniff drugs through coffee?Super Sniffers: A dog’s nose is at least 10,000 times more acute than a human’s, making them excellent detectors for drugs. For example, if a human were given a cup of coffee with a teaspoon of sugar, he/she might be able to smell it.

  • Chili Peppers.
  • Onions.
  • Ground Spices (such as cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, ginger, cardamom, mustard, and cayenne pepper)
  • Garlic.
  • Citrus Fruits (such as oranges, lemons, limes, and grapefruits)
  • Vinegar.
  • Fresh Herbs (such as basil, mint, rosemary, and thyme)
  • Alcohol.
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  • Citrus Scents. Citrus scents top the list of smells your dog probably hates. …
  • Vinegar. While this non-toxic household substance is safe for use around your home, your dog wont appreciate it. …
  • Rubbing Alcohol. …
  • Fresh Herbs. …
  • Cleaning Products & Chlorine. …
  • Mothballs. …
  • Hot Peppers. …
  • Perfume.
  •   Coffee Pods, Beans and Grounds

    The popular single-serve coffee pod brewers have turned our kitchens into instant coffee bars packed with those nifty coffee pods. Some of us like to keep them on the countertop for easy access. With the introduction of a variety of good-smelling flavors, these coffee pods are enticing to pets.

    Coffee beans, grounds and brewed coffee contain caffeine, a very dangerous and toxic chemical to cats and dogs. Ingestion can be life threatening. According to the Pet Poison Helpline, a moderate amount of coffee can easily cause death in small dogs or cats. Be careful where you store your coffee — and your discarded grounds. Make sure your pet can’t gain access to what’s inside your trash can.

    Other caffeinated substances to keep pets away from:Â chocolate, tea, tea bags, soda, energy drinks, weightlifter substances and diet pills.

    According to Pet Poison Helpline, grapes and raisins have been known to cause acute kidney failure in dogs. Unfortunately, the reason for kidney failure and the amount of grapes/raisins necessary to be toxic to pets is unknown, so all cases of ingestion have the potential to be grave. Depending on the size of the dog, as little as four grapes/raisins can have an adverse effect on your fuzzy friend.

    Pet owners should avoid leaving grapes and raisins on countertops and avoid giving dogs cookies that contain raisins, or even chocolate or yogurt-covered raisins as treats. It’s also important parents educate their children on what types of foods are not okay to feed Fido.

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