Will Sodium Erythorbate Hurt My Dog?

Sodium erythorbate is the sodium salt derived from erythorbic acid. This includes some varieties of dog food.

Sodium Erythorbate and Too Much Salt

Sodium erythorbate is a form of salt and is not dangerous for dogs to eat except for those with heart, kidney or liver disease. Dogs with these conditions can get sodium ion poisoning, which causes vomiting, depression, diarrhea, elevated body temperature, tremor and seizures or even death. It is not dangerous for a healthy dog to eat food containing sodium erythorbate, as healthy dogs are capable of consuming up to 4 grams of salt for every 2 pounds of body weight daily. Anything beyond that becomes excessive even for dogs who aren't sick.

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