Learn from Serena Williams' mistakes—no matter how good your pet's food looks, don't take a bite.

The tennis pro is currently in Rome ahead of a match, and while lounging in her hotel room, decided to take a little nibble from her Yorkie's gourmet dish, but quickly suffered the consequences.

"The best thing about Snap is I don't have to hear anybody hating or trolling, ‘cause I think this is something you definitely wanna hate or troll on," Williams began to say on Snapchat before sharing her somewhat embarrassing tale. "So they have this menu for my dog, because Chip left his food, can you imagine?"

Serena continued to explain that the night before she ordered her pup some beef with chicken and vegetables, and it looked delicious!

"And I promise you, I was like, ‘That looks so good.' It was fresh greens and boiled chicken and beef and it was seared tenderly. It was just perfection. That looks like the best food. Better than my food."

She went on, "So today, I was like, I might wanna taste his food, so I order him the salmon and rice because I eat salmon and rice. Before you judge me, look at it. It's kinda all mixed together. C'mon, it looks good...I put some in his bowl. I'm like, what the heck, I'm gonna try a piece. So I ate a spoonful. Don't judge me, I ate a spoonful!"

So what happened? Well, let's just say a spoonful of dog food makes a lot of you-know-what goes down. "Let's fast forward two hours. I just ran to the toilet like…I thought I was gonna pass out. It did taste weird. I force-swallowed it."

She laughed, "I don't think it's consumable for humans. They should've wrote that! So now I feel really sick. It was just a spoonful. I really don't feel so good...I guess tomorrow when I step on the court I'm gonna look svelte."

That's what we love about you Serena, always finding the positive in the negative.

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