Can Dogs Eat Korma? – Nutrition Card

Korma is a variety of Indian curry, a very thick sauce in which a protein has been cooked.

It is made with various spices and has ingredients such as Garlic and Onion that may not be well tolerated by your dog.

  • Garlic is known to contain a component called allicin which has the potential to oxidize erythrocyte membranes, inducing a breakdown of red blood cells which could cause anemia.
  • Onions also contain compounds known as propyl disulfides and thiosulfites that reduce the ability of red blood cells to carry oxygen and may also cause anemia.

Signs of poisoning with this food can be seen as vomiting, diarrhea, and even whiter gums.

So if we should avoid Korma because of its great combination of spices.

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As a dog and cat owner, Maria has a passion for her pets, and her mission is to help other pet owners live comfortably with each other by writing articles on pet-related topics. She is passionate about sharing knowledge and experiences on raising and spending time with furry friends, and she is always willing to learn from others' experiences.