Food Safety

What is your dog eating and should he be? Be careful that what your dog is putting in its mouth is dog-approved and healthy.

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What Fruits Can Dogs Eat? 21 Healthy Choices & 5 Fruits Dogs Can’t Eat

Although fruit isn’t required in a dog’s daily diet, there’s no question that fruits have health benefits for our furry friends. And they love the sweet flavors and varying textures. Many premium dog food brands even include whole fruits to boost the nutritional value (and taste) of their formulas. But, as is the case with all types of human foods, some fruits that we eat can be quite harmful to our canine companions. We give you a comprehensive guide of the best fruits for your pup, their health benefits, safe feeding guidelines, and fruits to avoid giving your dog.

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Can Dogs Eat Watermelon? Is It Safe & What Types Are Okay

Watermelon is a favorite fruit of many pet owners, and it can be tempting to share a piece of this juicy sweet melon with your pup. Can dogs eat watermelon? Is this a safe fruit choice for them? We can help clear up some questions owners may have about this juicy treat, also known as Citrullus vulgaris.

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What Can Dogs Not Eat? Lists Of Safe & Toxic Foods For Your Dog: Fruits, Vegetables, Nuts, Human Food, Fish, Meat, Bones, Etc.

Dogs aren’t picky eaters by any stretch of the imagination. However, this doesn’t mean that everything that they eat is good for them. As a dog parent, you should know how certain foods affect your dog. All too often, our dogs get into foods they shouldn’t. Some of those foods are toxic to dogs and require immediate vet treatment, which can cost you hundreds or thousands of dollars. If you have pet insurance, accidental poisoning may be covered, which can help save you money and focus on your dog’s health. But whether you have pet insurance or not, you need to be aware of which foods are unsafe for your dog, so you can keep them safe. We help you by giving you lists of foods dogs can’t eat and some they can eat safely.

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Is Turkey Bad For Dogs? & Other Thanksgiving Foods

I know it’s tempting to slip Fido a piece of Thanksgiving turkey or lunch meat. But could turkey harm your dog? A little won’t hurt, but here’s what you need to know and remember what to avoid. We also share a yummy dog turkey treat recipe to make with your Thanksgiving leftovers.

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Can Dogs Eat Bones? The Ultimate Guide To What’s Safe & What’s Not

“Give a dog a bone” — a common saying we’ve all heard, but in reality, should you satisfy those pitiful eyes begging you for your leftover bone from dinner? We all know dogs consider a bone a prized possession, but do you know which bones are safe, and what do you do if your dog eats a bone that’s harmful? Find out all the answers to your questions and more in our comprehensive guide to safe bones for dogs.

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Can Dogs Eat Cantaloupe? Is Cantaloupe Good For Dogs?

Cantaloupe is a tasty fruit that many people enjoy. It is often found on the breakfast table, in fruit salads, and makes for a juicy, sweet snack on a hot day. Because people enjoy the melon so much, the question often arises, “Can dogs eat cantaloupe?” The good news is that it can be a nice treat for them, but only in small amounts. Cantaloupe is safe for healthy pups, but there is more to it than a simple yes or no. As with any food, owners must be cautious to ensure their pet is getting proper nutrition and not overdoing treats. Let’s get into more detail about dogs eating these orange melons.

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Can Dogs Eat Peanuts? When Are Peanuts Bad For Dogs?

We’re all tempted to share our favorite snacks with our furry friends, so you may be wondering if you can toss your pup a few peanuts. Are peanuts safe for dogs? As with most things canine-related, there’s no simple yes or no answer to this question. Many dogs can eat plain peanuts in moderation, but you should be aware of some important health concerns and types of peanuts that aren’t good for dogs.

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Can Dogs Eat Bananas? Are Bananas Good For Dogs?

Bananas are America’s most popular fruit. We love this tasty tropical treat in everything from cereal and pancakes to smoothies and desserts or simply as a stand-alone, low-calorie snack. While you might be tempted to share your banana with your canine sidekick, you may be wondering, “can dogs eat bananas?” Are bananas safe for dogs, or do they pose any health risks? In general, bananas are okay to share with your pup, but we have a few safe feeding guidelines you’ll want to follow to keep your dog healthy.

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Can Dogs Eat Celery? Safe Snack Or Unhealthy Option?

Many consider celery a less desirable vegetable because it lacks flavor. But is this crunchy food a healthy and affordable alternative for snacks? Is celery poisonous for dogs? Find out if celery is okay for dogs and how to share your stalks with your pup safely.

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Can Dogs Eat Mango? Is It Bad?

Mango is a delicious tropical fruit that many people enjoy, but is it safe for canines? Pet owners have wondered, “Can dogs eat mango?” The good news is that mango is safe for dogs as long as it is served in moderation and is properly prepared. There are a few steps owners must take first. We discuss the specifics of dogs eating mangoes.

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Can Dogs Eat Eggs? Raw, Shells, Hard Boiled & More

Dog owners commonly want to share their food with pets. Not all human foods are safe for canines to eat, though. One food pet owners often ask about is eggs. Can dogs eat eggs? While considered a superfood for humans, is egg nutritionally beneficial for dogs? As with many other human foods, eggs are only safe for dogs to eat in moderation and when prepared in certain ways. We get into the details owners need to know.

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