Dogs can eat cheese in moderation.
While cheese is safe for dogs to eat they should not eat too much cheese as too much cheese can cause constipation or even diarrhea and upset stomach in your dog.
As a treat it's okay to feed your dog some cheese but don't go overboard and feed the dog too much of it.
Foods as well as drinks that can be toxic to dogs include.
Coffee and coffee beans.
Most other foods are safe to feed dogs including peanut butter.
Peter Pan peanut butter is safe for dogs as it's xylitol free.
Any peanut butter that is Xylitol free is safe for dogs.
The most popular brands of peanut butter, such as Jif, Skippy, Smuckers and Peter Pan are all xylitol-free.
Peanut butter is safe for dogs in moderation.
Peanut butter is a healthy treat in moderation for dogs although giving them too much could cause diarrhea and stomach upset.
Dogs can eat any kind of peanut butter including chunky peanut butter.
Peanut butter including crunchy peanut butter or chunky peanut butter is safe for dogs to eat.
Dogs can eat chunky peanut butter or any other peanut butter as long as the peanut butter does not contain any xylitol.
If the peanut butter is free of xylitol then the dog can safely eat the peanut butter.
The peanut butter that contains xylitol is poison to dogs but most peanut butter does not contain any xylitol but just be sure the peanut butter you buy doesn't contain any xylitol before feeding it to your dog.
Also feed the dog peanut butter in small amounts at a time because the peanut butter can stick to their mouth and cause them to have a hard time chewing it and swallowing it.
Too much peanut butter when given to dogs would also cause diarrhea and stomach issues.
But in moderation peanut butter including the crunchy or chunky peanut butter is safe for dogs to eat.