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On the hunt for healthy foods to feed your dog? Look no further: in this article, you’ll find a complete list of the fruits and vegetables dogs can eat—and which ones they should avoid.
Armed with this information, you can supplement your dog’s normal diet with healthy fruits and veggies from time to time to give them some additional vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.
Keep in mind, as you’re reading, that your dog won’t thrive on a purely vegetarian diet. Dogs are primarily carnivores, which means they need a high-quality source of animal protein to be healthy and happy. If you’re having trouble getting your dog to eat the right foods, check out our article on how to get your dog to eat everything you give them. And if your dog is underweight or a hard-gainer, consider supplementing their diet with a dog weight gainer.
And now without further ado, here are the best and worst fruits and vegetables for dogs.
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