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Can dogs eat berries?

Can dogs eat berries

  • Dogs can eat most berries

Can dogs eat berries?

you may ask yourself can my dog eat berries?

Dogs can eat most berries!

With so much information available in the internet regarding berries and its effects on dogs that sometimes it becomes too confusing for dog owners. Are you too in a fix whether to give or not to give berries to your pet dog?

Basically dogs love eating berries like blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, cranberries and blackberries. These berries are safe for your dog and healthy too. But make sure your dog is not provided with holy berries, poke berries, juniper berries, mistletoes berries and baneberries.

Similar to the benefits enjoyed by human beings, dogs also experience the same health benefits if they are fed with berries. Do you know berries have antioxidant properties? This means that your dog stays protected from fatal diseases like cancer, kidney and heart problems etc.

Whether you want to feed your dog with berries from your hand, or put some on your pet’s plate, he/she will love it. Moreover, you can also treat your pet with berry juice or in the puree form. Believe it or not your dog will become a hardcore fan of berries.

If you haven’t yet started feeding your pet with berries, don’t delay anymore. Let your dog enjoy the delicious and yummy berries and also benefit from its nutritional values. You have to be particular that you aren’t feeding your dog with a large amount of berries.

When you eat too much of anything, don’t you suffer from stomach aches? In the same manner if berries are supplied in large quantities even your pet dog will suffer from diarrhea and other stomach upsets. Hence, treat your dog with berries in moderate quantity.

Post by: Adrian Sau



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