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The short answer is nope! Dogs should not eat wasabi.

Wasabi is a very spicy condiment commonly served with sushi and other Japanese dishes, and it is made from the wasabi plant root.

Wasabi is very strong and can cause irritation and burning in the mouth, nose, and eyes, not only in humans but also in dogs. If considering can dogs have wasabi, always have in mind that dogs have a much more sensitive sense of smell and taste than humans, which means that the effects of wasabi can be even more intense for them.

Ingesting wasabi can cause significant gastrointestinal upset, including vomiting and diarrhoea, and in some cases, it can even be harmful to a dog’s health.

So finally is wasabi bad for dogs? Yes, wasabi is bad for dogs and it’s best to avoid feeding wasabi or any other spicy condiments or seasonings to dogs and stick to a well-balanced, species-appropriate diet recommended by a veterinarian.