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Old 07-10-2012, 11:43 AM   #21 
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Dogs (and I guess cats) do not react well to these things. Cooked however it seems fine in small amounts, tons of dog treats contain garlic and it is still up for debate whether or not this has long term health effects in such small, cooked amounts.
My favourite is just bread, with a ton of butter, and then extremely finely minced garlic on top. So plain, but so good.

As far as I'm aware, marine formulas are fine for freshwater fish. At least I've been told. I believe there's a lot more high quality marine formulas than freshwater for fish.
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+1 Garlic is toxic to dogs and cats as well as onions.
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Yeah, onions bad for our furry friends.
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