Feeding Topics (listed newest to oldest)

Can I Give My Dog Nightshade Foods?

Can Dogs Eat Nightshades?

Over the years we’ve covered lots of foods in the nightshade family and their appropriateness for your dog. Here this important topic will be addressed from a general standpoint so you, as a pet parent, will have a clearer understanding of the issue. People are increasingly hearing about how nightshades can be harmful. Unfortunately, this likely carries […]

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Can I Give My Dog a Donut?

Can Dogs Eat Donuts?

Dogs and delicious donuts definitely do not mix. This favorite human treat is surely one that your pet has had their sights on at one time or another. Sharing, in this case, is not caring but you probably already know this. So don’t look to your dog if you are having trouble finishing off a […]

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Can I Give My Dog Sesame Seeds?

Can Dogs Eat Sesame Seeds?

Sesame seeds are in lots of recipes. Bagels, breads and hamburger buns are usually where they show up most in everyday life. In any case, the possibility of allergies is a small concern when sharing these nutty seeds with a pet dog. A bit of sprinkled sesame seeds likely won’t have adverse effects when your […]

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Can I Give My Dog Radish?

Can Dogs Eat Radish?

When sharing the occasional salad with the family dog, you may wonder about the suitability of including some raw radish. This spicy, sometimes bitter, root vegetable is surprisingly asked about quite often by concerned pet parents. There are many varieties and flavors of radish and, luckily, none are considered to be toxic for dogs. But that, […]

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Can I Give My Dog Sauerkraut?

Can I Give My Dog Sauerkraut

During summer lots of folks eat sauerkraut since it’s often used as a condiment for hotdogs and sandwiches. This is a food that can be surprisingly healthy, but what about its appropriateness for a pet dog? Sometimes sauerkraut turns up when friends and family have a casual barbecue. Your dog will surely want to be […]

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