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Is it safe for humans to eat?
Hi, Carole. According to the Wiki article on Halal, it is an Arabic word meaning "permissible," referring to food, objects or actions. With respect to food it is similar in intent to the Hebrew word, "Kosher." In both Islam and Judaism, for example, pork is not considered permissible. There is much more to know about Halal, but I'll defer to our Islamic neighbors to answer more fully. Short answer: entirely safe. Enjoy!
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How long was the meat out and did it reach a temp higher than 40 degrees. If so, some restaurants might call that a health code violation.
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It is; however it is crucial that you know what they
can/cannot eat. Some human foods that
you should avoid giving your dog are cheese, hot dogs, chocolate, crackers, and
cookies. There are many others, you
should educate yourself before giving something harmful to your dog. Foods that are a good treat include carrots,
apples, lean meats, poultry and seafood.
You should never feed your dog raisins, grapes, garlic or onions - they can be poisonous to dogs.
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