Dogs can eat almonds, unlike other nuts that can be poisonous to dogs. However, almonds have a high fat content and if dogs eat large portions of fatty foods on a regular basis, they can become at-risk for pancreatitis. More »

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Any almonds advertised as "raw" in stores are safe to eat, according to eHow.com. These nuts are not actually raw, but instead have been heat-pasteurized to kill any bacteria. Truly raw almonds carry some risk of salmone... More »

While almonds are a healthy source of vitamins and fats, eating too many can have unintended consequences, such as weight gain, interactions with medications, vitamin E overdose and gastrointestinal problems, according t... More »

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A few unsalted almonds are a healthy snack for dogs. However, if a dog eats an excessive amount of salted almonds, it is possible for him to develop sodium ion toxicosis, also known as salt poisoning. In dogs, this cause... More »

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Consumption of almonds isn't poisonous to dogs but may cause symptoms of gastrointestinal distress, such as vomiting or diarrhea. Dogs enjoy the taste of almonds, but their bodies are unable to properly digest them. More »

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Although their ancestors were primarily carnivores, dogs today are omnivores. They eat a variety of foods, including meat, vegetables, fruits, carbohydrates and dog food. More »

Dogs love to eat boiled and scrambled eggs, carrots, cheese and peanut butter. These foods can be used as occasional supplements to a dog’s standard diet. More »