Can Dogs Eat Cinnamon Applesauce? When it is or isn’t an Emergency

Yes, dogs can eat cinnamon applesauce in moderation. We would, however, only recommend it as an occasional treat because cinnamon applesauce may contain additives which aren’t good for your dog’s health if they are consumed in large amounts. Cinnamon is not considered to be toxic but a dog that consumes a large amount of it may suffer from certain health consequences. We would recommend not giving your pet more than a teaspoon’s worth of cinnamon applesauce.

For the healthiest option, we would also suggest making your own cinnamon applesauce. This way, you can limit the amount of unhealthy additive ingredients that go into the applesauce. Certain parts of the apple, such as the core and seeds, can be harmful to dogs so you can make sure that nothing dangerous goes into the making of applesauce by doing it yourself.

Applesauce isn’t the only human foods that dogs might be able to enjoy in moderation. Our human food guide have you covered if you would like to know what else you can give your dog as a treat.

Disclaimer: The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional veterinarian advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of a veterinarian when in doubt.


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