Can Dogs Eat Dry-Roasted Peanuts? When it is or isn’t an Emergency

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Dry-roasted peanuts should be safe for most dogs to enjoy as a treat as long as it’s in moderation. It’s important for the dry-roasted peanuts to be served plain and unsalted.

A small amount of dry-roasted peanuts isn’t bad for dogs to eat occasionally. Peanuts are loaded with important nutrients including protein, vitamin B-6, and vitamin E. It also contains healthy fat. All of which could be beneficial for your dog’s health.

It’s important to only allow your dog to eat plain peanuts. These days, roasted peanuts may come in a variety of flavor, some of which may contain ingredients that are toxic or unhealthy for dogs. For example, some dry-roasted peanuts are sprinkled with garlic or onion powder, both of which are toxic to dogs.

It’s also important to avoid feeding your dog dry-roasted peanuts that are salted. The consumption of too much salt could lead to sodium poisoning. This can happen if your dog accidentally gulps down a whole pack of dry-roasted peanuts.

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