Whether you have a curious puppy or a seasoned canine companion, this blog post will hep you make informed decisions about incorporating fruits into their meals.
Due to their high sugar content, bananas should be an occasional treat and not an everyday food. If given properly, they are a great source of fibers, vitamins and potassium.
Just like bananas, pineapples are rich in fibers, vitamins, minerals, but also contain bromelain. Bromelain is a type of enzime that helps dogs absorb more proteins. Always remember, your dog should not eat anything but the fruit flesh.
Strawberries contain lots of sugar, so don't give your dog too much. If given properly, your dog will get a boost of vitamins C and they can even whiten your dog's teeth.
Melons are a great treat for overweight dogs. Naturally rich in vitamins and minerals they are juicy and hydrate your dog. While the seeds don't contain any harmful elements, they might be a choking hazard so it is recommended you remove them before consumption.
Freshly cut or frozen peaches are a great treat rich with vitamin A and fibers. While the pit contains cyanide, cutting around the pit makes the peach perfectly safe and tasty.
Watermelons are a great summer snack for dogs. Remove the seeds and rind, and you have the perfect treat. Rich with vitamins, minerals and even pottasium it is one of the best fruits a dog can eat.
Thank you for reading. Hopefully you found this article fun and interesting! Until next time.
Stay pawsome! 🐶