Chocolate isn't the only human food that can do harm to your dog. Click through for a brief refresher on what could be poisonous to your pooch.
Alcohol: Even a small amount of alcohol can intoxicate your dog and lead to coma and even death.
Avocado: The avocado contains a toxin called persin that can cause upset stomach, vomiting and diarrhea.
Caffeine: Ingesting caffeine can cause vomiting and diarrhea in dogs. It's also toxic to the canine heart and nervous system.
Grapes and raisins: Although the exact substance in grapes and raisins that causes a toxic reaction in dogs isn't known, don't feed your dog this food because it's well documented to cause acute kidney failure.
Macadamia nuts: These nuts can cause uncomfortable symptoms in dogs including rear-leg weakness, low-grade fever and can cause muscle damage.
Onions and garlic: These fragrant foods can give your dog blood cell damage and cause anemia.
Milk and dairy products: Too much dairy for your dog could mean a bad bout of diarrhea.
Mushrooms: Many strains of mushrooms can be toxic to your dog, causing shock and even death. The hazard is made all the more common because dogs spend a lot of time outside.
Xylitol: An ingredient in different brands of chewing gum, xylitol can cause liver failure and death in dogs.
Chocolate: Perhaps the most well-known of toxic food to dogs, chocolate is toxic to the heart and nervous system and can kill dogs that ingest it.