Can Dogs Eat Mangoes?

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As a dog parent, you’ve probably wondered, “what foods are safe for my dog?”. Luckily, many human foods are safe in moderation for dogs, and they can even make for a special treat for your furry friend. Mango is a sweet and summery treat that makes almost any meal seem brighter. But is mango safe for dogs?

Are mangoes safe for dogs?

Yes, mangoes are safe for dogs so long as the skin and pit are removed. It’s a fantastic source of Vitamin A, Vitamin B6, and fiber, all of which dogs need to maintain healthy weights and lifestyles. Though, too much mango may give your dog diarrhea or a bellyache, so make sure your pooch doesn’t overindulge.

Why do I need to remove the pit and skin?

The skin is technically non-toxic, but it can get lodged in the gastrointestinal tract of dogs, especially small ones. The pit, on the other hand, contains cyanide which is hazardous for dogs. Also, it’s a choking hazard.

Overall, as long as you remove any potential hazards, mangoes are a fantastic food to enjoy with your pup.

Abigail Kurten
Author: Abigail Kurten

Hi! My name's Abigail, and I intern as a Content Writer for DogFriendly.com. I have one dog, a chocolate lab named Riley who's the best! My favorite breed of dog is a Bulldog or Saint Bernard, though.

Abigail Kurten
Author: Abigail Kurten

Hi! My name's Abigail, and I intern as a Content Writer for DogFriendly.com. I have one dog, a chocolate lab named Riley who's the best! My favorite breed of dog is a Bulldog or Saint Bernard, though.

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