Dog Food & Dog Nutrition

Can Dogs Eat Ice? Is Ice Safe For Dogs?

Can dogs eat ice? The short answer is yes, dogs can eat ice. As long as the pieces are small enough to where your dog won’t choke, ice is perfectly safe for them. Of course, there are exceptions, so you must ask your vet before giving your dog ice. Here’s what you should know.

by Maggie Clancy
June 11th

Can Dogs Eat Mushrooms? Are Mushrooms Safe For Dogs?

Can dogs eat mushrooms? There is no short, simple answer. Some mushrooms can have health benefits for dogs, just like they can for humans. But also as with humans, certain species of mushrooms can be toxic and potentially lethal to your dog. Here’s what you should know.

by Maggie Clancy
June 8th

Can Dogs Eat Tomatoes? Are Tomatoes Safe For Dogs?

Can dogs eat tomatoes? The short answer is yes, dogs can eat tomatoes, but there are some big exceptions and things you should know before you give tomatoes to your dog. You should always consult your veterinarian before sharing human foods with your pooch.

by Mike Clark
June 7th

Can Dogs Eat Yogurt? Is Yogurt Safe For Dogs?

The short answer is yes, dogs can eat yogurt. Beyond the benefits of containing probiotics, protein and calcium, yogurt can also be a smart alternative to other dairy treats that might upset your dog’s stomach. Although, if your canine has issues with lactose, it’s best to avoid feeding them yogurt.

by Phillip Mlynar
June 2nd

Can Dogs Eat Onions? Are Onions Safe For Dogs?

Can dogs eat onions? The short answer is no, dogs cannot safely eat onions. In fact, onions are one of the most dangerous human foods for dogs, and onions and other members of the allium family can prove fatal for your pup. Here’s what you should know.

by Maggie Clancy
June 1st

Can Dogs Eat Marshmallows? Are Marshmallows Safe For Dogs?

Can dogs eat marshmallows? The short answer is no, dogs cannot eat marshmallows. If your dog eats one regular sugar marshmallow, they should be fine, but too much sugar can be harmful to your dog’s health. Some marshmallows also contain sweeteners that can be lethal for dogs if ingested.

by Maggie Clancy
May 27th

Can Dogs Eat Pickles? Are Pickles Safe For Dogs?

Can dogs eat pickles? The short answer is it depends, but you should err on the side of caution and not feed your dog pickles. Many pickles are spiced with herbs that can be toxic to dogs, and other ingredients can worsen health issues. Here’s what you should know.

by Maggie Clancy
May 26th

Can Dogs Eat French Fries? Are French Fries Safe For Dogs?

Yes, most dogs can eat a few french fries on rare occasions and be fine; however, fries are unhealthy for dogs and have no nutritional value. While most dogs can eat some, they’ll be better off if you avoid giving them fries at all. Here’s what you should know.

by Mike Clark
May 20th

Can Dogs Eat Tuna? Is Tuna Safe For Dogs?

The short answer is no, dogs can’t safely eat tuna. Technically, your dog is unlikely to experience a negative reaction if they sneak in a tiny bite or so of tuna. However, there are issues with potential mercury poisoning, so you should really avoid feeding tuna to your beloved canine.

by Phillip Mlynar
May 14th

Can Dogs Eat Plums? Are Plums Safe For Dogs?

The short answer is no, dogs can’t safely eat plums. While the ripe flesh of a plum is not toxic to dogs, both the pit and the rest of the plum plant contain a lot of toxins, including cyanide. Here’s what you need to know.

by Phillip Mlynar
May 11th

Can Dogs Eat Shrimp? Is Shrimp Safe For Dogs?

The short answer is yes, dogs can eat shrimp. There are a good amount of health benefits that come with feeding a dog shrimp, including very high levels of vitamin B12. Although, there are a few key cooking and serving considerations that you’ll need to be aware of.

by Phillip Mlynar
May 10th

Can Dogs Eat Garlic? Is Garlic Safe For Dogs?

The short answer is no, dogs shouldn’t eat garlic. While garlic is often touted as conferring lots of health benefits to humans, it is considered to be toxic to dogs by most sources. However, most dogs would have to consume a fairly large amount of garlic to feel sick.

by Phillip Mlynar
May 5th
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