I wonder when this myth got started. The idea that there is "human food" and "nonhuman food". It is the silliest and strangest notion ever.
There are edible foods, processed edible foods, and foods that are inedible or toxic at certain levels. That is it.
So why are shelters and rescues still making statements like those found in this article?
Why is anyone, actually?
There is a lot of misinformation in the article. Too much for me to even bother with, really.
I would encourage people to stop saying there is "human food" and "dog food" and that the latter can only be found in the form of irradiated kibble or that the former is inappropriate for dogs.