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 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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It's usually safe for dogs to eat peanuts, although like humans, some may be allergic. Peanut allergies aren't as frequent or intense with dogs, but it's still important to be cautious and aware. More »

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Unless you happen to be stricken with a peanut allergy, peanuts are a very safe and nutritious food to eat. Peanuts can provide protein, good fats and energy to a body in need. More »

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Anyone who does not have a peanut allergy may eat raw peanuts safely. The peanuts should be inspected before they are eaten, according to the San Francisco Gate. More »

Some animals that eat peanuts include squirrels, pigs, field mice and rats, although rats are sensitive to the fungi that grows on peanuts. A variety of birds eat peanuts as well, including towhees, grackles, crows, rave... More »

While 2-phenethyl propionate is a natural ingredient extracted from peanuts, another natural flea and tick repellent is juice from a lemon or orange. This is safe for dogs, as it doesn't harm pets if the juice is licked ... More »

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