Cashews can safely be fed to dogs in very small amounts. While they are not toxic, extreme moderation and caution should be used when feeding them to pets. More »

Cashews are not poisonous to dogs. Cashews are a good source of fiber and nutrients, such as antioxidants, omega-3 fatty acids, minerals and vitamins. More »

Although cashews don't immediately harm dogs, they should only be given occasionally and in small quantities. Cashews have a significant amount of fat, and too many can cause health problems, including an inflamed pancre... More »

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Although cashews don't immediately harm dogs, they should only be given occasionally and in small quantities. Cashews have a significant amount of fat, and too many can cause health problems, including an inflamed pancre... More »

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Cinnamon is generally considered nontoxic for dogs, particularly in amounts corresponding to what is commonly used in cooking or baking. However, large amounts of cinnamon, very potent forms of cinnamon, and unusual rout... More »

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Apple seeds are not harmful to dogs when ingested in small amounts, according to DogSupplies.com. However, apple seeds contain a form of cyanide that is toxic to humans and animals when ingested in large quantities. More »

Cinnamon, when ingested in small amounts, is non-toxic and safe for dogs. It has anti-inflammatory properties that are especially useful for treating senior dogs that have arthritis. Cinnamon can help to alleviate joint ... More »

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