Imagine the scenario …
I was decanting an almost empty bag into a new full bag of huel and thought I had zipped the bag closed.
Alas I didn’t … and I gave it a little shake (to mix the contents) I managed to spill 2-3 scoops of huel powder over me, the worktop and the floor
After a few choice words I went to get something to clean the mess up with. Within seconds our Labrador (a breed that will eat virtually anything!) was lapping up this power off the floor !!
I tried pushing her away but she was adamant she wanted the huel !
I managed to get dustpan and brush to clean up most of it … but our dog kept licking the floor!
Then she started to lick my legs and socks ! (I still had remnants of powder on me !!)
I’m assuming that there isn’t any ‘unsafe for dog’ chemicals in huel…
She eats anything (literally anything !!!
Anything that smells like food, anything foul smelling and even other dogs poop !) so I can only guess that the small amount of huel would be fine !!!
I mean… it wouldnt hurt a dog but dogs have different nutritional requirements… both by species and by age but I mean overall who knows. I just wouldnt want to smell those farts or poos after giving my dog water mixed huel powder lmao
Pure powder is a choking and breathing hazard
My dogs also love huel. I don’t actually feed it to them but I can’t leave a beaker of it unguarded or they would be all over it. My Staffie has wrecked 3 huel shakers by munching through them to get at the contents. I couldn’t swear to it but I don’t think it is toxic or dangerous for dogs. Certainly not in small quantities.