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Can I Give My Dog Bell Peppers?

Can I Give My Dog Bell Peppers

If your family often eats bell peppers you may wonder if they are appropriate for dogs. Can canines consume capsicum? Whether you have the red, green, yellow or orange variety we will provide answers. These rainbow colored veggies are, of course, healthy and that fact also generally applies to your dog. There are, however, some considerations for serving […]

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Can I Give My Dog Cabbage?

Can I Give My Dog Cabbage

Cabbage is among the healthiest of vegetables and many owners want to know about sharing some with the family dog. This leafy green, or purple, is a delicious part of many recipes that Fido may have been salivating over! There is no reason to believe that the nutrients received from eating cabbage cannot also be […]

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Can I Give My Dog Cheetos?

Can I Give My Dog Cheetos

Lots of people enjoy eating junk foods like Cheetos. That’s fine but what about giving some to the family dog? We are going to answer that and also recommend better alternatives. Cheetos are a popular cheese flavored Frito-Lay product and people with the munchies love them. They sell like hotcakes which is why these cheesy […]

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Can I Give My Dog Cauliflower?

Can I Give My Dog Cauliflower

If you occasionally feed the family dog some cauliflower then you know it can make them gassy. It’s to be expected but that shouldn’t be a deal breaker. Find out what else there is to know about giving this food to a furry friend. Cauliflower, by appearance at least, is related to broccoli and both […]

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Can I Give My Dog Jell-O?

Can I Give My Dog Jell-O

Jell-O is a well known fun food and, if you eat it often, you’ll wonder about giving some to the family dog. This seemingly harmless dessert will certainly attract the attention of your curious canine. What to do about it? Well, there are definitely more dangerous foods you could be giving your dog. Though store-bought […]

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