Not too sure but my 8 month old pup eats burnt wood right out of the fire pit.... i know if your dog eats something poison charcoal is used to help so maybe its like eating grass .....helps them feel better,! just make sure the burnt wood does not have any lead and such no wood should be eaten, but let face it our dogs eat what they want so lets be careful about what we burn anyway. good luck /PS always ask your
Burnt wood is essentially sterilized carbon. That won't hurt your dog, with one exception: If the "burnt wood" is burned lumber that was pressure treated, yes, it could poison your dog. But a burnt tree limb, or log of ordinary fire wood? No.
My dog does eat grass, if a dog eats too much grass it will throwup. I am not sure about wood.
no dont worry dogs eat wood all the time
carbonised wood is burnt wood, and is usually black.
The plastic and wood that the dog ate has made him sick. Please take this dog to the vet at once. It is not good for a dog to eat plastic and wood. It has got stuck in its digestive tract and could kill this dog.
The main benefit from wood ash is Potash.
No, it is not harmful at all to eat burnt food unless there is some type of plastic burnt on the food item.
Wood is burnt to produce heat
Dog food ;)
Sure. Although some people believe no one should eat bacon because of carcinogens, and that would apply to dogs too.