well, Ethan had a piece of salami that he threw on the floor, and Liam got it and was gnawing and s*****g on it. No, they cannot, it is not toxic to them, but they also should not be eating it either, as some salami products can have toxic ingredients. Maybe make a separate teeny hot pot (or big and freeze for another day) with chicken and veg maybe, like leek or something xxHoney can cause blotchilism (not sure how to spell it) and chorizo is cured so its got a high salt content. Springtrap 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Clay, MI, United States 37242 posts Feb 16th '10 Liam started rolling all around 2 days ago, and i keep forgetting that he can get places by rolling. i want to make a chicken and chorizo hot pot but worried my 7 month old cant have itHi
There sodium amount for 100g of Pepperoni is 1750mg, this is more than the average salami mentioned above.Check out the table below for everything you will find in You should not be giving your dog pepperoni, there is very little nutritional value for it, along with being highly processed, usually a cured combo of both types of meat beef and pork.This type of food, along with the spicy flavor that it has can cause your dog to have a serious stomach upset. :lol: xxit will be fine, it has a hight salt content but your only giving a little bit i,m sure, the key is "balanced diet" we all even babies need some salt in our diet.I make something similar and if you keep the bits ofChorizo big enough why not just fish them out?Hiya, I have a baby lead cookbook and in it there is a recipe for lentil and chorizo soup. It will attack most of the main parts of a dog’s body if they are given it on a regular basis for a long time.One of the main problems when it comes to processed meat is that they are very high in fat.
add rice, I use paella rice but you can use any and give it a good stir
i want to make a chicken and chorizo hot pot but worried my 7 month old cant have it. Add a table spoon paprika(optional)
I was told to introduce 'normal' foods to him including dairy products, spices etc so I wouldn't think there would be a problem.Wouldn't chorizo be too salty and spicy. No, don't do it. If given regularly then you are risking your dog’s health with some serious health issues, if not worse.There is a lot of different things out there that dogs can eat that are healthier, check out our article on what foods Like all of you, we all love our fur babies! Pepperoni has a combination of ingredients that do not make it worth the risk. I wouldn't risk it.no idea about if its ok for baby, but that food sounds yummy. High amounts of salt are not good for humans, so imagine what it is like for dogs that are a fraction of our size. Salami can also be a cause of toxoplasma infection which can make your baby become visually impaired, develop learning disability, or even die. If this should happen then you should contact your local veterinarian straight away or visit a local emergency clinic.You will be shocked to know that a 100G piece of Salami has around 1610mg of sodium (salt) in it, according to the If you still intend on giving your dog a slice, think of it like this.
i want to make a chicken and chorizo hot pot but worried my 7 month old cant have it . Cover and leave to cook for about 15 mins or stick in the oven.