According to Naturipe, blueberries are safe for dogs to eat. The antioxidants, fiber and phytochemicals that make them nutritious for humans also make them healthy for dogs. More »

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According to the National Center for Biotechnology Information, oxidants are bad because they damage cells. Living Healthy 360 goes on to explain that this damage occurs because molecules that are oxidized lose electrons... More »

Watermelon is not bad for dogs. The water content in watermelon is actually beneficial for dogs and can prevent dehydration; however, the rinds and seeds of watermelon are not healthy for dogs to eat. More »

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In addition to their standard raw meat or dedicated manufactured food diets, dogs can eat apples, blueberries, strawberries, watermelon, carrots, sweet potatoes, lettuce, spinach, catnip, green beans, squash, zucchini an... More »

Dogs can eat strawberries as well as several other types of berries, including blackberries and blueberries. Strawberries pose many health benefits to dogs. Strawberries are high in fiber and vitamin C, and an enzyme in ... More »

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Dogs can eat many fruits safely, including apple slices, blueberries, strawberries and bananas. Apples must be sliced and should not contain seeds, as both the core and seeds of apples contain potentially dangerous chemi... More »

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Cantaloupe, pumpkin, apples, watermelon and blueberries are safe for dogs. These fruits contain many of the vitamins and minerals dogs need for good health. Some nutrients found in these foods even help prevent serious d... More »

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