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Recently, we published a video on the channel about the benefits of apple juice, and after that a question was raised: can we eat the apple seeds?
We answered this question last week in a video, if you want, just click on the link to know more about it.
Also, many people began to ask, Is it safe for my dog to eat an apple? In the past, we made a video talking about some foods that should not be eaten by dogs.
At the time, we picked 11 types of food that are not safe for your pet.
Do you want to know if it’s safe to give apples to dogs?
The answer is “Yes”, and in fact, it is one of the most recommended fruits for dogs, due to the great benefits it offers.
Especially considering that dogs tend to love the taste of apples. It can serve as a healthy snack, and not only it helps to keep your dog’s teeth clean but also to keep it hydrated.
However, before offering apples to your dog, be sure to remove the “core”, which contains the seeds. Although apples are a good and beneficial fruit to dogs, it must be offered in moderation.
In today’s video you will get to know 6 types of food that can be offered to dogs and can be very helpful to their health, when used in moderation.
Do you want to know which ones?
Now that you know the 6 types of food that you can offer your dog, remember that vegetables must be offered boiled or minced until they become a puree, as this facilitates digestion.
These are just a few ideas to help you give a little variety to your pet’s diet.
Did you enjoy this? If you have a pet at home, share with us what foods they like to eat!
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