Peanut butter is generally fine for dogs to eat as long as they do not have peanut allergies. Peanut butter is a good treat to give to dogs because it provides an additional source of protein and healthy fats. More »

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Dogs can eat peanut butter. Most dogs enjoy the taste and consider peanut butter a treat. It is also nutritious for dogs; it contains protein, vitamin E, vitamin B, niacin and healthy fats. More »

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According to AOL's Paw Nation, peanuts are safe for dogs in most cases, unless the dog has a peanut allergy. Peanut allergies can develop over time, so it is important for dog owners to contact their veterinarians immedi... More »

Peanut butter is not bad for dogs as long as they do not consume too much at one time, and they are not allergic to it. Peanut butter contains healthy fats and vitamins E and H, which help keep a dog's coat healthy and s... More »

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Peanut butter is good for dogs in moderation. Raw and unsalted peanut butter is best, and too much should be avoided because, like any fatty food, it can cause pancreatitis. More »

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Peanut butter is an acceptable food for diabetics, states the American Diabetes Association. Healthy snacks include three celery sticks and 1 tablespoon of peanut butter, with less than 5 grams of carbohydrate, and two 4... More »

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Dogs can eat peanut butter. Most dogs enjoy the taste and consider peanut butter a treat. It is also nutritious for dogs; it contains protein, vitamin E, vitamin B, niacin and healthy fats. More »

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