Can Dogs Eat Raspberries?

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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. Raspberries are a sweet and juicy treat that’s great for a midday snack. But are they safe for dogs to eat?

Are raspberries safe for dogs?

Yes, raspberries are safe and even healthy for dogs to eat. High in fiber, vitamins, and antioxidants, raspberries can offer healthy benefits such as reducing inflammation in your dog’s joints.

Are there any risks to feeding my dog raspberries?

While raspberries seem simple and safe initially, there are a few risks. Raspberries contain xylitol, which is a naturally-occurring sweetener. While it’s safe for humans, it can be toxic to your dog. To avoid xylitol poisoning, never feed your dog more than one cup of raspberries.

Overall, raspberries are safe and healthy in moderation for you and your dog.

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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