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The fruits, the delicacies offered by nature, tempt us with countless different flavors, with colors, fragrances, shapes and sizes. Whether succulently sweet or slightly sour, juicy or rather fleshy, whether they grow on a tree or on a bush, we love the fruits, and we know they are very useful for the human body. But are whether they good for our dogs too?

Of course, yes, but they should not consume all of them! In this article, I present the fruits, that we can safely give to dogs. Before I get into it, a few words about the benefits of the fruits and a few helpful good advice, which you should consider and adhere to before you decide to give the fruit to your dog!

Beneficial effects of the fruits

  • great sources of antioxidants
  • they strenghten the immune system
  • help the organs function
  • promote healthy digestion
  • they help maintain healthy skin and coat
  • they improve vision

Some useful good advice you should know, before you give fruit to your dog

  • Before giving fruit to your dog, you should ask your veterinarian about it! If he has no objection to it, you can start introducing the fruit into your dog’s diet in small portions. Even though fruits are good for dogs, you need to know that they are not calorie-free and sugar-free. Be careful with dosing, especially for the first time, as you may not know, whether will be your dog’s an allergic reaction to that the particular fruit, or does it cause other side effects such as upset stomach or bloating. Therefore, it is recommended to feed only small portions at a time!
  • Before consumption always wash the fruit well!
  • The crusty fruits always peel it!
  • Cut a small piece, that fits securely in your dog’s mouth and you can be sure, that your dog will not drown from it.
  • If your dog doesn’t like chopped fruit, grate the fruit (which can be), crush or mix the fruit, and put it so on his food.
  • From those fruits, which has a larger seeds or a stone seeds, remove seeds before feeding! If dogs swallow them, they can cause serious health problems in their body. Although not all seeds cause health problems, but it’s better to be afraid like to get frightened. The problematic seeds that are toxic to our dogs: the apples, the apricots, the peaches, the nectarines, the plums as well as cherry and sour cherry seeds.

After short introduction, start your adventure in the world of the fruits!
Please click on the name of the fruit!

STRAWBERRY

The strawberries are by far one of the most popular fruits that are good for dogs. In addition to the useful nutrients and vitamins it contains strawberries are also an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, which are the best possible for maintaining the health of the skin and hair.

Components:

  • B-complex
  • vitamin C
  • vitamin E
  • vitamin K
  • choline
  • potassium
  • calcium
  • iron
  • magnesium
  • manganese
  • phosphorus
  • sodium
  • zinc
  • Omega-3
  • sugars
  • dietary fiber

Advantages:

The strawberries are full of vitamins, minerals and other useful nutrients. Potassium and magnesium as well as folic acid, fiber, the already mentioned omega-3 fatty acids along with many valuable vitamins are all found in strawberries.

The vitamin B1, also known as thiamine, converts glucose into energy in dog’s body, and thus maintains nerve and muscle function.

The vitamin B6 plays a central role in the efficient use of amino acids. Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins that promote muscle and tissue growth.

The vitamin C helps with immunity, and prevention of urinary tract infections.

The vitamin K helps blood clotting and bone development.

The potassium and the magnesium are essential for optimal enzyme function maintaining. The magnesium helps in the absorption of various minerals such as potassium, calcium and phosphorus.

Thanks to the properties of the electrolyte, the potassium helps maintain healthy fluid levels in dogs, plays a key role in maintaining heart health, and helps nerves and muscles function.

The omega-3 fatty acids provide a long list of benefits such as improving skin and coat health, reducing arthritis and other inflammatory conditions, and allergies, as well as improving the condition of the cardiovascular system.

The fibers help maintain ideal digestive function.

Precautions:

The strawberries are completely safe for dogs, but its feeding should not be exaggerated. Like most other fruits, the strawberries are high in fiber, antioxidants and vitamins. These are all good for dogs.The stem, and the leaves on top of the strawberry should be removed before consumption as they can be potentially dangerous. Give the strawberries on its own for the dog. The strawberries must not be dipped in chocolate, in sugar or in syrup for the dog.

In the field of consumption is temperance the point. The ideal daily amount is 2-3 piece of strawberry for small dogs and 5-6 piece of strawberry for larger dogs.

The strawberries, the raspberries, the blackberries and the blueberries it belongs to the family of berries fruits, the consumption of which offers innumerable benefits. Get to know them now.

Health benefits of the berries fruits

The beneficial effects and benefits of berries fruits are also provided for dogs. The berries fruits are known for their antioxidant properties, which means they are able to protect cells from harmful free radicals.

In everyday life, both the human and animal bodies are exposed to a number of attacks such as tobacco smoke or normal atmospheric UV radiation. Free radicals can damage cells. These harmful molecules are believed to affect us in a way that causes tumors, heart disease and other health problems in the body. The antioxidants from berries fruits help protect us and our dogs from damaging free radicals, and can help prevent tumors, heart disease, and other health problems.

The berries fruits, the strawberries, the raspberries, the blackberries and the blueberries are full of valuable vitamins and minerals that are beneficial to the body. Strawberries and blackberries are valuable sources of the flavonoids.

RASPBERRY

The raspberries are a fruit, that is grown in most parts of the world. This fruit is a valuable source of nutrients, rich in vitamins, antioxidants and dietary fiber.

Components:

  • vitamin A
  • B-complex
  • vitamin C
  • vitamin E
  • vitamin K
  • potassium
  • calcium
  • magnesium
  • manganese
  • phosphorus
  • iron
  • zinc
  • antioxidants
  • choline
  • sugars
  • dietary fiber

Advantages:

The raspberries are healthy, whose slightly sweet-sour taste is also loved by dogs. The dietary fiber found in raspberries is beneficial for overweight dogs, the fiber makes up 20% of the total weight of the berry.

The raspberries contain the strongest forms of antioxidants called ellagic acid and anthocyanin, which are known for their cell-protective effects against cancer, along with immune system boosters.

The raspberries are rich in vitamin C and manganese, as well as B vitamins, folic acid, magnesium and copper.

The raspberry is the fruit with the lowest sugar content, which can be given to dogs not only on its own, but also in combination with fat-free natural yogurt.

Precautions:

Feeding too much raspberry can upset the digestive system of dogs in the same way and cause diarrhea as in humans, so its feeding should not be exaggerated.

If your dog doesn’t like the texture of raspberries, it is worth giving the fruit pureed.

For smaller dogs, 4-6 piece of raspberries per day are recommended, while for larger dogs, 8-10 piece of raspberries can be given.

BLACKBERRY

The blackberries are a good source of antioxidants with fibers and with omega-3 fatty acids. In addition, it provides the body with many valuable vitamins and minerals such as manganese or vitamin C.

Components:

  • vitamin A
  • B-complex
  • vitamin C
  • vitamin E
  • vitamin K
  • calcium
  • iron
  • magnesium
  • phosphorus
  • potassium
  • sodium
  • omega 3
  • anthocyanins
  • polyphenols
  • sugars
  • dietary fiber

Advantages:

The antioxidants help reduce cell damage caused by free radicals.

The fiber helps digestion.

The omega-3 is an essential fatty acid that helps maintain a healthy skin and coat in your dog.

Precautions:

Consuming too much blackberries can upset the digestive system of dogs. It is advisable to start feeding 2 piece of blackberries a day, while watching the dog, whether your body tolerates the new fruit well. If yes, then we can increase the dose. But we beware, too much blackberry can cause diarrhea.

The smaller dogs should not be given more than 2 blackberries, but a larger dog should be can given 5-6 blackberries a day.

BLUEBERRY

The blueberries, these little blue berries contain great and healthy ingredients like vitamins A, B, C, and K, as well as fiber and an army of antioxidants.

Components:

  • vitamin A
  • B-complex
  • vitamin C
  • vitamin E
  • vitamin K
  • selenium
  • calcium
  • magnesium
  • manganese
  • phosphorus
  • sodium
  • potassium
  • zinc
  • sugars
  • dietary fiber

Advantages:

The blueberries are a huge health bomb, full of antioxidants and vitamins that are beneficial to both humans and dogs.

The fruit contains minerals such as zinc, iron and selenium that are essential for the body.

One of the most useful constituents is silicon, which is anti-aging and helps in the rejuvenation processes of the organization, it also has a good effect on the function of the pancreas, regulates blood sugar levels, it also has a beneficial effect on the cardiovascular system.

The blueberries contain antioxidants that protect the cellular structure of dogs from free radicals that damage DNA. The antioxidants in blueberries have a number of positive effects on health. They help the heart function, reduce the risk of heart disease and cancer, slow down the aging process and protect cells and tissues from damage.

The blueberries may also be beneficial for the older dogs that show symptoms of cognitive dysfunction (degeneration in old age). The antioxidants in blueberries improve the cognitive abilities of older dogs by not only being able to understand new tasks, but also to perform them.

Studies on sled-dogs have shown, that the antioxidants also help fight joint wear and tear.

The antioxidants in blueberries have also been shown to have a good effect on the circulatory system, lowering total cholesterol, increasing HDL cholesterol, and lowering triglyceride levels in the blood.

The vitamin K, the manganese and the fiber helps reduce the risk of stroke, and thus improves heart function.

The berries fruits are very useful for both the humans and the dogs. The berries fruits contain a number of vitamins and minerals that offer many benefits. The antioxidants help fight free radicals that damage cells, which can lead to tumor formation as well as premature aging. The antioxidants are beneficial for both the young and the old dogs. If your dog also eats foods rich in antioxidants, you can reach, be able to live a healthier and happier life.

Precautions:

The same applies to blueberries as to other fruits, should only be fed in moderation, or else it can cause stomach upset, vomiting and diarrhea.

You can give the blueberries in whole, but if your dog doesn’t like it that way, to pulp and put it on its food in this form.

The 2-4 piece of blueberries a day is ideal for your dog, and even healthy.

WATERMELON

The watermelon is a delicious delicace for dogs (in one an excellent source of water as well), which also contains vitamin C, magnesium and potassium.

Many people think, that to gourd family belonge are vegetables. Others people think, that these are prefer fruits.But where is the truth, on which side? Here too, and there also. Any part of a soft-stemmed plant, which is fit for human consumption is called a vegetable. The greens such include plants also, which we eat fruits of in botanical sense, such as the cucumbers, the squash, the watermelon, the melon, the peppers and the tomatoes. So the plant itself is a vegetable, but it’s crop is fruit.

Components:

  • vitamin A
  • beta-carotene
  • B-complex
  • vitamin C
  • vitamin E
  • vitamin K
  • potassium
  • calcium
  • iron
  • magnesium
  • phosphorus
  • zinc
  • sugars
  • dietary fiber
  • water

Advantages:

The watermelon is the jellyfish of the fruits as it is full of water, and this makes it ideal for both the humans and the dogs during the summer. A summer delicacy with a high electrolyte concentration and glutathione, a cell protector antioxidant.

Consuming watermelon is a good way to rehydrate in the summer heat, plus it is low in calories. Our dogs will enjoy this chilled, healthy delicacy on hot summer days.

Precautions:

Before you give watermelon to your dog, clean it thoroughly from its seeds. Basically the many fruit seeds in concentrated quantities can be very harmful to the body. Like other seeds, watermelon seeds contain cyanide (also known as cyanide glycosides), which are harmful to the body. Consuming some watermelon seeds is a risk already, as it can cause stomach problems.

The recommended daily dose for smaller dogs is a few cube-shaped pieces without seeds, for larger dogs a slice ​​watermelon may be the right amount.

MELON

Like many other fruits, melons are full of great nutrients, vitamins and minerals. The melon are especially high in vitamins B and C, and a really good source of potassium.

Components:

  • vitamin A
  • beta-carotene
  • B-complex
  • vitamin C
  • vitamin K
  • potassium
  • calcium
  • iron
  • manganese
  • magnesium
  • thiamine
  • niacin
  • folate
  • pantothenic acid
  • sugars
  • dietary fiber

Advantages:

The melon is a very nutritious summer delicacy, of which even consuming a small amount is enough receiving dogs a smaller vitamin boost (vitamins A, B, C).

The melons also contain concentrated amounts of beta-carotene, which the body converts into vitamin A, and as is known vitamin A helps maintain healthy vision.

A recent study showed that foods rich in vitamin A are also good for the lungs.

The melons also contain minerals such as potassium, which is essential for almost every process in the body, helping the contraction of muscles and the heart, as well as the proper functioning of the gastrointestinal tract.

In melons found vitamin C is acts as an antioxidant, strengthens the immune system, stimulates white blood cells, which are vital in fighting infections.

Precautions:

Consuming melons is a big benefit for dogs, however, before you start giving it to your dog, you need to keep a few important things in mind.

It is important that when you introduce a new food into your dog’s diet, be sure to do so gradually. Most dog need a transition period to get to know and get used to the new type of food.

The fruits are high in natural sugar and although most dog bodies can cope with this, situations where a diabetic dog receives a large dose from this should be avoided. That is why it is important, that before you start giving your dog a new food, consult your veterinarian beforehand, whether that does he recommend it to him.

Before giving your dog a melon, remove the seeds from it beforehand, as melons can only be eaten safely by dogs without seeds. Seeds are also a source of danger in this fruit, as they contain the toxic compound, cyanide, as in the seeds of other fruits.

Recommended daily amount for smaller dogs 2 small dice without seeds, for larger dogs 4-6 small dice also without seeds.

PUMPKIN

The pumpkin is basically a miracle food with a lot of beta-carotene, which is essential for eye health. The pumpkin is rich in carotene, fiber, zinc, potassium and iron.

Components:

  • vitamin A
  • B-complex
  • vitamin C
  • vitamin E
  • vitamin K
  • alpha-carotene
  • beta-carotene
  • zinc
  • calcium
  • iron
  • magnesium
  • manganese
  • potassium
  • sugars
  • dietary fiber

Advantages:

The pumpkin is a super fruit, a good source of fiber, plus it also contains zinc, potassium, iron and vitamin A, beta and alpha-carotene, which are largely responsible for eye development and health.

It is often used for all kinds of stomach problems, including constipation and diarrhea. The pumpkin is good for correcting constipation due to its high fiber and water content.

The pumpkin is also a great source for overweight dogs, as it is low in fat and does not to fatten.

Precautions:

The pumpkin stems and leaves should not be consumed as they are covered with tiny hairs, that are sharp and dangerous for both humans and dogs.

The pumpkin consumption is also recommended as ground unsalted pumpkin seeds, and pumpkin puree, of which 2-3 tablespoons a day is the ideal amount for dogs.

APPLE

The apple and apple slices, in addition to being tasty, are a very low-protein, high-fiber, antioxidant-rich healthy delicacy after removing the seeds, containing a ton of great vitamins and minerals that are good for the body.

Components:

  • vitaminA
  • B-complex
  • vitamin C
  • vitamin E
  • vitamin K
  • calcium
  • potassium,
  • phosphorus
  • magnesium
  • manganese
  • sodium
  • zinc
  • flavonoids
  • dietary fiber
  • sugars
  • herbal active substances

Advantages:

Some elderly dogs or dogs with certain diseases who have limited meat intake and need to follow a low-fat diet, they take great advantage of the apple, because of its low protein and fat content, this fruit is a great treat for them.

The benefits are not limited to elderly or diet dogs, apples are just as useful for young puppies, or for dogs living of active life, whereas it is rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, which, according to veterinary surveys, are useful for the joints, and articular ligaments as well.

Precautions:

In every case use apples as a supplement to your normal diet, which you can gradually introduce into your dog’s diet.

Important, to remove all the seeds, before you give the dog an apple.  The apple seeds contain cyanide, which is toxic to both dogs and humans!

Probably some eaten seeds, it can’t hurt your dog, but the more seeds you consume, the greater the likelihood of your dog’s body accumulating cyanide, which is already very dangerous.

Another important factor is to avoid the risk of suffocation. Before eating, cut the apples into small slices, which your dog can get without any problems, and he can chews, but you can grate the apple, and you can put the resulting apple puree on food.

Let’s not forget that every dog ​​is different and doesn’t react equally to food. The moderation is important, allow time for, to get the dog’s body used to the new food, in this case to the apple and observe the your dog’s reactions.

Ideal amount is half of a small apple slice.

PEAR

The pear is also a great way to get minerals and vitamins into your dog’s body, full of vitamins B1, B2, C and E, as well as folic acid, phosphorus, niacin, potassium, pectin, copper and fiber. As long as your dog doesn’t eat too many pears, this little snack can be very helpful for him.

Components:

  • vitamin A
  • B-complex
  • vitamin C
  • vitamin E
  • vitamin K
  • manganese
  • magnesium
  • calcium
  • potassium
  • sodium
  • phosphorus
  • copper
  • iron
  • pectin
  • choline
  • sugars
  • dietary fiber

Advantages:

The pear also contain high amounts of fiber, vitamins C and K, and nutrients such as copper, which together act as antioxidants and protect cells, resulting in a healthier dog. Antioxidant-containing foods such as pears are also said to help reduce the risk of tumors and also take up the fight against health problems such as aging.

It is a random fact, that ripe pears contain more nutrients / calories than calories / nutrients.

Another random fact, health studies suggest, that consuming pears can reduce the risk of stroke by up to 50%.

We all know, that fiber is good for the body. The fibers bind the bile salts, thereby reducing bad cholesterol levels.

Precautions:

Dogs can eat pears, but only moderately give them this fruit. Peel the shell and cut it into small cubes to reduce the risk of suffocation.

Daily intake of one or two bites (small pieces). Feeding too many pears can cause upset stomach and diarrhea in your dog’s body due to the high fiber and natural sugar content of the fruit.

Before feeding remove all the seeds from the fruit. As with apples, pear seeds contain small amounts of cyanide. If you get too much cyanide in dog’s body, this can be fatal for smaller dogs. Furthermore, if the dog swallows the pear cob whole, this can get stuck in your gut and can only be removed with surgery. Therefore, always pay attention to the precautions!

BANANA

There are a lot of good things, which can be said about this tropical fruit. Moderately dosed bananas are a perfectly safe for the dog. 

Components:

  • B-complex
  • vitamin C
  • zinc
  • phosphorus
  • iron
  • potassium
  • magnesium
  • manganese
  • sodium
  • choline
  • carbohydrate
  • sugars
  • dietary fiber

Advantages:

The banana are a good choice for dogs because they are full of fiber and are rich in potassium and an excellent source of carbohydrates. It is important to know that there are simple and complex carbohydrates. Simple carbs are more easily digested by dogs, and bananas also contain these types of carbs.

The banana is soft and easy to chew, making it an excellent treat even for dogs with sensitive teeth and gums.

I have already mentioned, that the banana is rich in potassium, but also in vitamin C. Potassium is a mineral that acts as an electrolyte, regulates the enzyme function of the body’s cells, and also plays a major role in maintaining nerve, muscle, and heart health. Potassium is also essential for maintaining optimal fluid balance in dogs.

Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin, which means it is not stored in the body but passes through the kidneys and is excreted when the dog urinates. Vitamin C accumulates in the dog’s bladder, thereby making the urine acidic. This will help prevent it the growth of bacteria that, which lead to bladder infections. Vitamin C gives a big boost to the dog’s immune system, and also plays a role in bone formation in growing pups

The banana is low in sodium and also contain antioxidants. The antioxidants play a role in preventing certain cancers and maintaining a dog’s healthy skin and coat.

The banana, as an energy provided by nature, contain high levels of soluble carbohydrates, that convert natural sugar, giving the body a large boost of energy, which can be very helpful for active working and hunting dogs.

Precautions:

In the case of bananas, too, give this only in moderation to the dog. As a treat, just a little, as this is introduced into the body excessive potassium and carbohydrates are potentially dangerous. Of course bananas are a good thing, but be careful for cause constipation. Yet, given the size and weight of the dog, the banana can be a good and healthy food for your dog.

On a daily basis, consuming a small slice of banana is appropriate for the medium and the larger dogs.

Other enjoyment options:

We offer a really tasty delicacy now, which is combined with yogurt. In a cup, crush a small piece of banana (about 2-3 centimeters in size) and mix with 10 dekagram fat-free plain yogurt. The delicacy prepared in this way can be poured into a bowl from which the dog can lick it or put it on its food.

KIWI

The kiwi is an excellent source vitamins C, E and K and dietary fiber, for which makes it a fairly healthy delicacy for dogs.

Components:

  • B-complex
  • vitamin C
  • vitamin E
  • vitamin K
  • potassium
  • calcium
  • iron
  • magnesium
  • phosphorus
  • sodium
  • zinc
  • mangan
  • sugars
  • dietary fiber

Precautions:

The firstly peel you the kiwi, and give you to the dog without seeds. The ideal amount is minimum of half a slice, a maximum a slice of kiwi.

Be careful with dosing, consuming too much kiwi may cause stomach upset and diarrhea in dogs.

Before eating, cut the kiwi into small slices, which your dog can get without any problems, and he can chews and he can swallow.

MANGO

The mango is an useful fruit for both humans and dogs as it is an excellent source of vitamins and flavonoids.

Components:

  • vitamin A
  • B-complex
  • vitamin C
  • vitamin E
  • vitamin K
  • alpha-carotene
  • beta-carotene
  • calcium
  • iron
  • magnesium
  • manganese
  • phosphorus
  • potassium
  • sodium
  • zinc
  • sugars
  • dietary fiber

Advantages:

The mango is a tropical fruit, juicy in texture, and to taste sweet. It contains a high concentration of vitamins that protect the eye from free radicals, this effect is very rare in the world of fruits.

The fruit contains pectin, which helps retain moisture and nutrients, thereby lowering cholesterol levels.

The mango also contains antioxidants that inhibit the growth of tumor cells and strengthen the immune system.

Precautions:

Because mango is rich in the fiber and the sugar, to overeating will severe stomach upset and diarrhea. Moderation must be kept in mind in all cases.

The mango is one of the such fruits, which has a really big core, ingestion indicates an obstacle to digestion, and its content is toxic.

Before consumption, peel off fruit’s skin, and take out the seed. Important and be careful, the mango is always given to the dog without seed, swallowing a seed of this size can even lead to death. Mango seeds can cause intestinal obstruction, which manifests itself in vomiting and itself in the rejection of the food, and if the dog is not taken to the vet in time, he may even perish.

The ideal amount is a minimum of two small pieces, a maximum of half a mango, to be given to the dog cut into bite pieces.

PINEAPPLE

Small amounts of pineapple have a beneficial effect on dogs. The fruit is rich in fructose, fiber and minerals.

Components:

  • B-complex
  • vitamin C
  • choline
  • calcium
  • iron
  • magnesium
  • manganese
  • phosphorus
  • potassium
  • sodium
  • zinc
  • sugars
  • dietary fiber

Advantages:

The pineapple strengthens the immune system, and helps digestion thanks to its bromelain content. The protein is very important for the dog’s body, bromelain helps in protein breakdown. By eating pineapple, your dog’s ability to break down protein more easily increases. This makes it easier for dogs to digest all the essential elements of the food they eat.

The pineapple contains high concentrations of manganese and vitamin C. The dog’s body is able to produce its own vitamin C, however, there are cases where this ability does not work as it should. If the dog eats pineapple, it adds a lot of impetus to it.

Pineapple also helps with coprophagia. The coprophagia is a very common condition in dogs. This raises a number of questions, such as why does the dog eat its own feces or other dogs feces? One theory is that a dog eats feces because it feels undigested nutrients in the feces, which indicates a weak digestive system.

As a preventative measure, give your dog pineapple, as pineapple has an effect that strengthens the dog’s digestive ability, digestive system. Shortly after your dog start eating pineapple, you will stop eating feces. According to another theory, the taste of pineapple is, which adds to, that the dog no longer eats the feces.

Precautions:

Of course, you need to remove the pineapple peel and then cut the pineapple into small pieces.

One or two small pieces of pineapple a day is just the right dose for a dog.

Be careful not to overdo it because it can cause diarrhea, which is due to the high sugar content of pineapple.

Now you know those fruits, which our dogs can also eat safely! But also important to talk about those fruits, which must not be given to dogs, because they cause serious illness or death for them.

Forbidden fruits for the dogs

The grape, the raisin and the currant are known to cause poisoning in dogs. These fruits develop acute kidney failure in their body. Unfortunately, most dogs love grapes and, if they can, in a self-service way eating off the vine. The poisoning causes in loss of appetite, in addition to vomiting, to diarrhea, to abdominal pain, and irreversible kidney damage. More severe intoxication is associated with decreased urine, weakness, and “drunk” gait. But there are exceptions, some dogs eat grapes and do not have any health problems (the causes are unknown), while others dogs have serious, life-threatening problems. Dangerous amounts of grapes are 20 grams / kilogramm body weight, and raisins are 3 grams / kilogramm body weight.

Feeding avocados should also be avoided. In addition to, that it causes stomach irritation in the dog, it is also highly toxic as it contains a chemical like persin, which is a fungicidal toxin. This is the toxin, leake from the seed, and absorbed in the pulp. In summary, persin is a fungicidal poison, which is dangerous to animals in larger quantities, therefore, it is not advisable to give avocados in any form to pets, including dogs too. Symptoms of persin poisoning are primarily gastrointestinal complaints, vomiting, diarrhea, difficulty breathing, fluid accumulation in the tissues around the heart, and even death.

There is a long list of fruits that are safe for dogs, so these forbidden fruits will not be difficult to avoid.

Some last thoughts

Feeding the fruits with our dogs is a great way to get we valuable extra vitamins, minerals and antioxidants into their bodies.

An important rule to follow is to always talk to your veterinarian before introducing anything new to your dog’s life. This also applies to starting to consume fruit.

Never forget which fruits are safe and useful for your dog, and you don’t forget to give him the fruint in moderation!

Let’s take care of our dogs, we all dog friends, because we love them and the most important, that they to stay with us for a long time!


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