Turkey is ok according to my vet. In fact his technician gave me a doggie meat loaf that calls for ground meat, chicken, beef, or turkey. Of course the bulk of the loaf is rice, oats, wheat germ and even pinto beans. It also includes a very small amount of garlic powder for flavor. I haven't asked my vet but I'd never give my dog a garlic clove. My dog loves this recipe.
I would not give garlic to a dog because it can be toxic.Also toxic to your dog is chocolate,rasins,onions,heavy fats,pork and turkey should not be given causes a problem with their stomachs called bloat and can be quite painful for your dog.
Absolutely none! Anything in the allium plant family, such as garlic, onions and plants such as lillies, can be quite toxic to dogs in many ways including causing severe anemia.
Why don't you ask a vet. He would have a better understanding of your question as it relates to the health of your dog. Dogs eat a lot of stuff but I don't think garlic should be one of them.
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