Dog Safe Fruits
Here is a list of some dog safe fruits
Full of vitamin C, calcium, phosphorus, and dietary fiber, apples are high in nutrition and flavor. It's recommended to only feed your dog a slice or two after removing the core, stems, and seeds. If your dog has a sensitive stomach it is also advised to peel the apple to remove the extra fiber.
High in fiber, potassium, and vitamins B6 and C. They are also higher in sugar so should be given sparingly and cut into smaller pieces. Dogs should not be given banana peels as they are difficult to digest and and could cause intestinal blockages.
Low in calories and high in vitamin C, fiber, antioxidants, and phytochemicals. Blueberries have been shown to remove improve night vision, help prevent cell damage, and help with mental function in aging animals.
High in water and vitamin K, cucumbers are a great low calorie treat for your dog. Cut into small, easy to eat pieces. You may even notice your dog has fresher breath after enjoying this snack.
A great source of vitamins A, B6, C, and E. Feed to your dog in moderation as they are high in sugar and dietary fiber. Serve after removing the peel and seeds. Can be served fresh, pureed or frozen.
Full of vitamin A and fiber and the flesh is safe for dogs to eat fresh or frozen in small amounts. The pit should be removed as it can damage teeth and could potentially cause choking or an intestinal blockage.
Full of vitamins A, C, and K, minerals including calcium, potassium, magnesium, and soluble fiber. Remember to cut into small pieces and remove the stalk, leaves, seeds and core before giving to your dog.
A nutrient-rich fruit containing ample amounts of vitamin C, thiamine and minerals like copper, potassium, and magnesium. This tropical fruit is high in sugar so dogs should be given small amounts with the core and spiky skin removed.
Fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants found in pumpkin can be a great treat for your dog but should only be fed from plain, canned pumpkin. It can also be a helpful digestive supplement and if often recommended for treating mild symptoms of diarrhea and constipation in dogs. Feed in small amounts and never fed pumpkin pie filling as it is high in sugar and can contain xylitol, which is highly toxic to dogs.
A good source of vitamin C, potassium, fiber, and antioxidants. Strawberries can can also help strengthen the immune system. They should be cut into small pieces, mashed of pureed to avoid choking.
While dogs can eat watermelon, the seeds and rinds should be removed before giving it to your dog as they could cause choking or an intestinal blockage.