Food

(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Can dogs eat tomatoes? The short answer is yes, dogs can eat tomatoes, but there are some big exceptions and things you should know before you give tomatoes to your dog. It’s important to note that tomatoes are in the nightshade family, and parts of tomatoes contain substances that are toxic
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) 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 beneficial nutrients that can be good for your dog’s health when they are served properly and
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Can dogs eat apples? The short answer is yes, dogs can eat apples, but there are some things you should know before you feed apples to your dog. Apples are full of nutrients that can be beneficial to your dog’s health, but there are some dangers to look out for, such
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Did you know in this country alone, we spend close to $60 billion each year on pet health care and pet food? That number increases each year, actually…and yet, over the past decade, we’ve seen an 11% decrease in how long our dogs are living. Plus, our pets are presenting with
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Can dogs eat blueberries? The short answer is yes, dogs can eat blueberries, but there are some things you should know before you share blueberries with your dog. Blueberries are full of vitamins and nutrients that can give dogs a big health boost, and they’re small and soft, so they don’t
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Can dogs eat avocados? There isn’t a short yes or no answer. Avocados can be dangerous for dogs, though reports that they are actually toxic are sometimes blown out of proportion. So long as they are prepared properly, avocados are usually safe for dogs to eat. Much of the controversy around
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Can dogs eat almonds? The short answer is no, dogs can’t eat almonds, even though your dog may have eaten an almond or two in the past and felt fine. While almonds are not likely to be toxic to dogs, they are not handled well by dogs’ digestive systems and can
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Can dogs eat strawberries? The short answer is yes, dogs can eat strawberries, but there are some things you should know before you feed strawberries to your dog. Strawberries are full of healthy nutrients that are good for dogs, but like any good thing, they are best enjoyed in moderation. Strawberries
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Can dogs eat eggs? The short answer is yes, dogs can eat eggs, but there is some debate about whether they should be cooked or raw, and there are some things you should know before you serve eggs to your dog. In general, eggs are good for dogs, and they are
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Can dogs eat cherries? The short answer is no, dogs can’t eat cherries, even though your dog may have eaten a cherry or two in the past and felt fine afterward. Many fruits are healthy and safe for dogs, and while cherries do contain some beneficial nutrients, they can do a
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Blueprints on The Oldest Dog in the World from Planet Paws on Vimeo. If dogs had a flaw (which they don’t) their one flaw would be that they don’t live as long as we do. Scientists are working at trying to create pills that will help extend the lives of dogs, but they haven’t come
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Every dog deserves treats and the best kinds of treats are the ones that are actually good for your dog! Many treats provide health and wellness benefits that will keep your pup healthy, happy and may even extend the life of your dog. Natural foods, the kinds we humans eat, make the best treats for
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Natural foods are so much better for your dogs that processed treats from big brand companies. Plus they cost less which is always a bonus. Sweet potatoes are full of nutrients for dogs. Sweet potatoes are a complex carbohydrate, a natural energy source and full of vitamins and minerals. A lot of times markets miss
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) A trending topic among dog lovers is rotating their pup’s protein source. This basically means you change the protein source of your dog’s food periodically: on a daily, weekly, or monthly schedule. You might go from beef, to fish, to pork and so on. With today’s dog foods, your options are
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) While eating disorders are well known in humans, not many people know about the eating disorders that affect dogs. Animals have different reasons for having unusual eating habits, but they can be just as troubling for concerned dog owners. Here are six eating disorders that affect dogs. 1. Overeating (Picture Credit:
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Many natural foods and supplements can be added to your dog’s diet to provide relief from the pain of arthritis. Diet becomes especially important for dogs with arthritis, as excess body fat can strain joints and bones, causing even more discomfort. Moderate exercise, massage, acupuncture, and medication are all tools in
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(Photo Credit: Shutterstock) The vitamin and supplement business for humans is a multi-billion dollar industry. Many pet owners also feel that if supplements are good for them, they must be good for their pets too. However, before giving out supplements to your pup like treats, you should consider if they are something your pet actually
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Can Dogs Eat Pumpkin? The short answer is yes, your dog can have pumpkin. Not only is pumpkin a nice change of pace for your pup’s palette, it is also a healthy people food to add to your dog’s diet. Why Is Pumpkin Good For Dogs? Pumpkin is great for your
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