Avoid Feeding Your Dog Provolone Cheese

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Cheese, such as provolone cheese, should not be fed to dogs. Cheese is not considered toxic to dogs unless toxic ingredients have been added. The problem provolone cheese may cause to dogs has more to do with its lactose content. Many dogs are lactose-intolerant so eating provolone cheese may cause digestive issues, especially if they are eaten in large amounts.

Provolone cheese is considered to be lower end of the lactose scale so dogs may be able to tolerate it better. A trip to the vet is unlikely to be necessary unless your dog starts to exhibit concerning symptoms like diarrhea and constipation.

Provolone cheese can be quite calorie-dense. 1 slice may contain up to 98 calories according to data from the USDA. If you want to give your dog provolone cheese as a treat then please be sure to only give a tiny amount. Otherwise, your dog may eventually suffer from weight-related issues.

Want to know what else is or isn’t safe for dogs to eat? Our list has it covered with over 100 human food items and their safety level for dogs.

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