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Peanut butter these days comes in many varieties. Some are safe for dogs to eat in moderation, while others can be toxic.
Raspberries are one of many juicy fruits that are safe to feed to dogs as long as it’s done in moderation.
Onions are one of the most dangerous human foods for dogs. This also includes any other human foods that may include onions as an ingredient.
Pears can make a healthy snack for dogs as long as it’s fed in moderation. Here are some additional things to know about pears.
Fresh, ripe cherries are safe for dogs to eat as long as they have been prepared correctly and are fed to dogs in moderation.
Fresh peaches are one of many fruits dogs can enjoy as long as it’s given in moderation.
Dogs can eat potatoes as long as it doesn’t become a staple in their diet. Here are things to know when feeding a potato to dogs.
Mushrooms come in all shapes and sizes, some of which might look harmless but can be toxic to pets as well as humans.
Here are the reasons why you shouldn’t let your dog eat popcorn, even if they are of the plain kind.
Eggs can make a good healthy treat for dogs as long as it’s only given in moderation.
Plain cheese isn’t considered toxic to dogs but that doesn’t mean it’s safe or healthy for dogs either.
Carrots are a great addition to a dog’s diet because they are packed with important nutrients that a dog’s body requires.
Mangoes can make a great treat for dogs as long as it’s only given in small, infrequent amounts.
Dogs shouldn’t eat oranges and other citrus fruits. Oranges aren’t considered toxic to dogs but may still be harmful due to their acidic content. Why oranges are unsafe for dogs There are several reasons why oranges aren’t the best treats to give to dogs. First, dogs generally aren’t able to handle the acidic content of […]
It should be fine for most dogs to eat a small amount of pineapple as long as it has been prepared with safety in mind.
Most dogs won’t have any issue eating a small amount of ripe tomatoes. There are, however, certain caveats before you let dogs eat tomatoes.