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Give chocolate to loved ones, and you could end up poisoning them. That is, if the loved ones are your Teacup puppies or  pets.

Even small amounts of theobromine, an ingredient in chocolate, can cause vomiting and restlessness in your Teacup Maltese puppy and other dogs. Larger doses can be fatal. While most puppy owners expect a dog to develop an upset stomach after eating a large amount of chocolate, few realize its toxic potential.

The lethal dose of theobromine depends on the size of the puppy and the type of chocolate. Ounce for ounce, baking chocolate has six to nine times as much of the substance as milk chocolate does.

Estimates of the smallest amounts that can be fatal are:

  • 4 to 10 ounces of milk chocolate or 1/2 to 1 ounce of baking chocolate for small dogs, such as Teacup Maltese, Chihuahuas and toy poodles.


  • 1 to 1 1/2 pounds of milk chocolate or 2 to 3 ounces of baking chocolate for medium-sized dogs, like cocker spaniels and dachshunds.


  • 2 to 4 1/2 pounds of milk chocolate or 4 to 8 ounces of baking chocolate for large dogs, including collies and Labrador retrievers.

Cats have much different eating habits and seldom are poisoned by chocolate.

While a very small amount of chocolate may not harm some dogs or a Teacup Maltese puppy, it's safest to avoid giving it to them at all. If an accident occurs, a veterinarian should be consulted. Treatment may require inducing vomiting, stabilizing the animal's heartbeat and respiration, controlling seizures and slowing the absorption of theobromine. If the Teacup Maltese puppy or animal already is comatose, its stomach may need to be pumped.

Sweets/candy can also pose a threat to your Teacup Maltese puppy or pet. This is not due to the sugar content (although this can cause the usual health problems if fed in unsuitable amounts: obesity, tooth decay, diabetes etc) as most mammals are suitably adapted to process sugar efficiently (dogs and cats DO HAVE A PANCREAS! and it works very well) the main problem is that most of the sweets available today contain various sweetners as well as sugar and, like theobromine in chocolate, these sweetners contain some substances that are fairly toxic to Teacup Maltese  and cats many of which can have a profound effect on the central nervous system leading to symptoms similar (if not more severe) to those of chocolate toxicosis.

The simple answer is DO NOT FEED cats or Teacup Maltese puppies human treats. They are carnivores by nature and so have very different digestive systems to ourselves. What may be a treat for you is almost certain to be harmful to your pet.



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