4. Protein Bars & Powders
Some high-protein health foods use xylitol as a replacement for calorie-filled sugar.
5. Flavored Waters & Drink Powders
While it’s a good idea to scan any ingredient panel, be extra careful with drinks that promote health, weight loss, or energy, or are labelled “diet” or “sugar-free,” when it comes to checking for xylitol.
You already know that if your canine consumes chocolate, you need to seek emergency medical care. But if that chocolate contains xylitol, it’s even more urgent.
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