Don’t Let Your Dog Eat Too Many Cuties Mandarins and Clementines

Clementines
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Citrus fruits like Cuties clementines and mandarin oranges aren’t considered toxic to dogs but you still need to be careful with the amount you let your dog eat. Yes, Cuties clementines are packed with important nutrients but they are also filled with natural sugar. According to the brand’s website, a single Cuties clementine may contain around 9 grams of sugar.

For dogs, excessive sugar intake can lead to a number of problematic health conditions. In the short-term, dogs that eat too many clementines may suffer from gastrointestinal upsets. In the long-term, the overconsumption of sugar may lead to dangerous health conditions like obesity.

If you plan to let your dog eat Cuties clementines then please only feed them a tiny amount. The peels of the Cuties orange should be discarded because they are not easy for dogs to digest.

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