Is it Safe for Dogs to Eat Spaghetti Squash Seeds?

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No, it isn’t safe for dogs to eat spaghetti squash seeds. It’s fine for dogs to eat the flesh of the spaghetti squash but it’s extremely important that all the seeds are extracted first.

Generally speaking, you will find that there are many fruit and vegetable seeds that are toxic for dogs. When you serve spaghetti squash to your furry friend, make sure it’s also served plain. The occasional cooked spaghetti squash could be good for dogs because it can aid digestion.

Want to know what else is dangerous or unhealthy for dogs? Check out our full database of human foods that dogs can and cannot eat.

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