Avoid Letting Your Dog Eat Cumin Seeds

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Cumin seeds are unlikely to make your dog sick when ingested in small amounts but it’s best to not let your dog eat them, whether it is intentional or accidental. Cumin seeds do offer a number of health benefits, such as being rich in antioxidants, but these supplementary benefits aren’t necessarily needed if your dog is already on a well-balanced diet.

A trip to the vet shouldn’t be necessary in most cases unless your dog eats a large amount of cumin seeds. In such situations, it’s possible for dogs to develop digestive upsets. They might end up vomiting or experience other temporary digestive symptoms. We would suggest paying close attention to your dog in such instances.


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