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Can dogs eat melon?

Can dogs eat melon

  • Dogs can eat melon

Can dogs eat melon?

you may ask yourself can my dog eat melon?

Dogs can eat melon!

Are you planning to introduce melons in your dog’s diet plan? But you are confused whether dogs can eat melons or not. Of course your dog can eat melons and it is considered to be extremely beneficial for your dog’s overall health.

Melons without seeds are considered safe for dogs and can be added as a part of your pet’s meal plan. Since the fruit is very high in sugar volume, you should avoid giving to your dog if he/she suffers from diabetes.

Forget about the misconception that since dogs are carnivorous in nature they don’t consume fruits. In fact your pet dog will love indulging in fruits especially during the summer season and melon is a cool fruit that gives respite from the heat.

As a dog owner you have to keep a strict vigilance over the activities and food habits of your pet dog. If you are planning to introduce the fruit, don’t treat the pet with large quantities in the beginning. It is better if you provide melons in small amounts initially.

After you have explored that your dog has adapted eating melons without any side effects you can include it in his/her diet on a daily basis. Melons are rich in nutritional values and similar to human beings it is also very good for your dog’s health.

Enjoy the sweetness and health benefits of melon together with your pet. Since melons are rich in vitamins and minerals it does wonders for your dog’s health.

Post by: Adrian Sau



One Response to “Can dogs eat melon?”

  • Kathy Smith says:

    I think thats great. Everytime I eat something she’s right there and of course she wants some too, so everytime i have something that i don’t if it’s ok or not I get online and check. When she was bored she had hook worm and almost died, so I’m alittle bit protective of her. Thanks alot for the info.

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