Has your dog eaten some grease? Are you worried the grease will make your dog sick? If so, then you’ve come to the right place!
In this article, we’ll take a look at what happens when dogs eat grease and what you need to do when this happens. Let’s get started!
Fatty foods such as butter, oils, meat drippings/grease, chocolate and meat scraps may cause pancreatitis (inflammation of the pancreas) when ingested, especially by dogs.
What Should I Do If My Dog Eats Grease From My Grill?
Nothing says Summer like a Barbecue Cookout! I found a recipe on AverageJoeCooking to make some Baby Back Ribs using my new Pellet Smoker. I just finished cooking the Hamburgers on the Grill and the Watermelon is cut and ready to go. I join everyone in the yard to play Corn Hole for about 15 minutes. I come back to start plating our feast and notice my dog eating the Grease from the Grill Grease Trap.
What should I do if my dog eats grease from my grill? If your Dog eats Any Kind of Grease or Fat, your Dog will most likely be okay, but if you notice your Dog Vomiting or having Diarrhea for longer than 24 hours, consult your Vet because eating a lot of Fat can lead your Dog to develop Pancreatitis.
What Is A Grill Grease Trap? Most grills have a grease trap under the grill to catch the grease from getting all over the ground. Some have built in grease traps that allow an Aluminum Drip Pan to catch the grease. If your grill does not have a built in grease trap, you are most likely using an aluminum can to dump excess grease.
What is Pancreatitis in Dogs?
This is a condition that happens when the pancreas becomes inflamed. The Pancreas is the organ near the stomach that helps digest food and helps control blood sugar. Pancreatitis can come on all at once and then pass, or it can stay for extended periods of time.
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