(via Pets House)
Alcohol - the ethanol can cause rapid damage to your dogs respiratory and central nervous system. Intoxication, coma, and death are risks associated with the consumption of alcohol.
Garlic - the sulfoxides and disulfides can damage red blood cells which may lead to anemia.
Sugar - poses the long term risks of obesity, dental issues, and diabetes mellitus.
Onion - like garlic, the sulfoxides and disulfides can damage red blood cells and cause anemia. Onion is more toxic for dogs than garlic.
Mushroom - may contain toxins which can affect numerous systems in the body, resulting in shock and eventual death.
Chocolate - the theobromida in chocolate is damaging to the cardiorespiratory system, nervous system, and kidneys. Consumption can result in diarrhea and vomiting.
Fruit Pits - poses a risk of gastrointestinal obstruction.
Grapes + Raisins - it’s unknown why these are so dangerous but they pose a serious risk of kidney damage.
Yeast Dough - like alcohol, the ethanol is toxic to dogs and may cause much of the same affects. Unlike alcohol, yeast dough also poses the risk of expanding and creating gas in the GI tract.
There’s a lot more “people foods” dangerous to dogs, before you give your pup something make sure it’s not dangerous to them. Your dog’s life is worth the couple minute search on google!