Dogs Can Eat Basil Leaves in Moderation

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Basil leaves aren’t considered toxic to dogs so it could be enjoyed in small amounts. Basil leaves may offer a number of health benefits to dogs. The most notable benefits include the basil’s anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. You could let your dog enjoy a bit of basil by grinding it and mixing it with the dog’s regular food or you could even let the dog bite off the leaves if you are growing the actual plants at home.

Like any other food that isn’t a regular part of the dog’s diet, basil leave should only be served in small amounts. Some dogs that are allowed to eat too many basil leaves may suffer from mild digestive upsets so it’s always good to serve them new food in moderation.

For obvious reasons, you shouldn’t let your dog near basil plants that may potentially have pesticide residues on them. Find out what else dogs should or shouldn’t eat by visiting our human dog for food database.

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