Nut Dangers to Dogs Infographic

Would it surprise you to know that "nuts and dogs" is one of the top Google search terms when it comes to pet topics? Clearly, pet owners want to know if their dogs are in danger when it comes to nuts—particularly almonds, pistachios and walnuts.

Nationwide pet insurance has created a printable infographic that pet owners can refer to as a guide to which nuts may be toxic and how much the average veterinary cost is to treat dogs that have ingested a toxic nut.

To learn more about nut dangers, please read our full-length article, Nut Dangers to Dogs. If you want to make sure you have pet health insurance coverage for accidents like nut toxicity, get a free quote for your pet's enrollment. Multi-pet households are eligible for a discount.

Nut Dangers to Dogs Infographic


Want to print this infographic? Try this hi-res PDF version.


To add this infographic to your blog or web site, simply copy the code below and paste it into the HTML of your post or article.

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