Dried Blueberries Are Safe for Dogs to Eat as Treats

Yes, dried blueberries are safe for dogs to eat as long as they don’t contain any additives that are toxic or harmful to dogs. Some dried blueberry products may contain additional sugar, which isn’t good for dogs when consumed in large amounts. You should only let your dog eat dried blueberries as an occasional treat. Make sure to only give a small piece each time.

When you buy store-bought dried blueberries for your dog, always get in the habit of checking the product label. You never know what additional ingredients these products may contain. Both dried and fresh blueberries are a rich source of antioxidants and nutrients but you may find the fresh blueberries to contain less calories. You can find out what other fruits and vegetables make good occasional treats for dogs by visiting our food safety database.

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