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www.petmd.com/.../nutrition/10-best-fruits-and-vegetables-dogs

Dogs Like Veggies, Too. If you’re on the lookout for new and fun ways to rev up your furry best friend’s diet, adding fruits & vegetables can be a really healthy way to do that. Of course, certain ones are better for your dog than others. Check out the 10 best fruits & vegetables for dogs, and consider adding them to your own dog’s meal ...

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Can Dogs and Cats Eat Blueberries? Nutritionists often refer to the blueberry as a “superfood” because it is very nutrient dense and has many health benefits. Like strawberries, blueberries contain lots of vitamin C, manganese, and flavonoids, but in comparison to most fruits, blueberries are also a good source of vitamin K.

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Introducing new foods into your pet's diet may cause upset stomach issues such as vomiting or diarrhea. Be cautious to introduce only one new fruit or vegetable at a time to help you spot any health changes. Fruit. Steer clear of: Cherries are toxic to cats and dogs, and grapes and raisins can cause kidney damage. Citrus fruits like lemons ...

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Can dogs eat peaches? The short answer is yes, dogs can eat peaches, but before you serve your dog some of this yummy fruit, there are some things you should know. Peaches are loaded with ...

www.dogscaneat.com/fruit/peaches

Peaches have many healthy benefits for people and dogs, as they are full of vitamins (including vitamins A and C), minerals, and antioxidants. Vitamin A is known to be a cancer fighter. Peaches are also low in calories, with a large peach having only 70 calories and 3 grams of fiber.

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Avocado No, dogs should not eat avocado. While avocado may be a healthy snack for dog owners, it should not be given to dogs at all. The pit, skin, and leaves of avocados contain persin, a toxin ...

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Some dogs are prone to heart conditions, and peaches can be a great treat to help them stay healthy for longer. Antioxidants can help to increase blood flow, health, circulation, and so much more. With store bought treats, you won’t be able to control what goes into them.

iheartdogs.com/10-fruits-vegetables-that-are-toxic-to-dogs

We love to share food with our dogs, and since fruits and vegetables are healthy for us, we often assume that they’re healthy for our pets, too. This is often the case, but that certainly doesn’t mean it’s always the case. In fact, there are some fruits and vegetables that are toxic to our ...

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Healthy fruits for dogs: Peaches and Apricots. Dogs love them, plus they’re a great source of vitamins and amino acids perfect for supplementing your dog’s diet. Remove the pit/seed inside before giving it to them, since it’s toxic for them and they can also choke on it. Healthy fruits for dogs: Strawberries

www.webmd.com/food-recipes/features/peach-10-healthy-facts

The Peach: 10 Healthy Facts. Sweet, juicy, and good for you, this classic summer fruit is also surprisingly versatile -- as you'll see in our recipe for Peachy Chicken Salad.