Just about every pet parent knows chocolate is dangerous for dogs. Most people know that it also depends on the quality of the chocolate. Really high-quality baking chocolate is the most dangerous; While the usual candy we get to share with her sweetheart on the sweetest of days has much less chocolate content. However there still can be too much chocolate in there and especially if a little dog eats whole bag. Two other things to keep in mind are that raisins can be toxic as can artificial sweeteners. It is surprising how many places xylitol is hidden. But for many of us are dogs and cats are our sweethearts. And while they may not appreciate if we get them flowers they always appreciate taste treats. Here are a few fun ideas for sweets to share with your sweets: heart-shaped dog cookies made by you (find the recipe here), jerky treats made at home by you (find the recipe here), the ever simple baby carrot, and the ever so stinky liver.