Can Dogs Eat Oranges?

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. For a delicious citrus treat, an orange is an excellent option for a snack. But are oranges safe for dogs?

Are oranges safe for dogs?

Yes. In small quantities, oranges can provide potassium and fiber to your dog, but there’s a chance Fido will refuse to eat them. Some dogs do not enjoy the smell or taste of citrus, and will avoid oranges and similar foods such as lemons or limes.

How can I give my dog oranges?

It’s important to peel the orange and remove the seeds before feeding it to your dog. While neither component is toxic, it can become lodged in your dog’s gastrointestinal tract and cause problems. Also, oranges are high in sugar, so make sure only to feed your pup small pieces no more than one to two times a day.

Overall, oranges can be a tasty treat you and your pooch can enjoy together for a sweet time.

Abigail Kurten
Author: Abigail Kurten

Hi! My name's Abigail, and I work as a Content Writer for DogFriendly.com. I have one dog, a chocolate lab named Riley who's the love of my life.

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