Can Dogs Eat Strawberries?

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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. Strawberries are a healthy, delicious snack enjoyed by millions, but are they safe for dogs to eat?

Are strawberries safe for dogs?

The answer is yes; strawberries are wonderful for dogs to eat in moderation. They are low-calorie, high-fiber, and high-vitamin C treats that can fight aging and even whiten your dog’s teeth.

How should I feed my dog strawberries?

It’s important to wash the fruit before serving it, and for smaller dogs it’s a good idea to cut them into small pieces. Or, you could puree the fruit and mix it with their regular food. But before you add new foods to your pup’s diet, it’s a good idea to contact your veterinarian. Start with small quantities and watch for any digestive issues or behavioral changes.

Overall, strawberries are a safe and healthy snack for your dog to enjoy during the summer months.

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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