Dog Nutrition

Can Dogs Eat Dried Mango? Dehydrated, Sweetened, or Freeze-Dried?

Dried mangoes are a rich source of both soluble and insoluble fiber. The first type is essential for stabilizing high blood sugar levels, and the second can be quite beneficial for digestion. Dried mangoes might also help to increase the body’s ability to absorb nutrients and reduce “bad” LDL cholesterol levels in the blood. Also, dried mangoes make a delicious snack for us humans. But is it as great for dogs? Let’s try to figure it out.

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Can Dogs Eat Chickpeas? Raw, Dried, or Roasted?

Chickpeas are suitable for dog consumption. More to that, chickpeas have high levels of fiber, which helps your pup feel fuller for longer hours. It’s also an incredible source of protein. However, you shouldn’t get overboard and replace animal protein with chickpeas at all times. But let’s jump into the details.

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Can Dogs Eat Hummus and If Not What to Do When It’s Happened?

Hummus is a delightful dip that has gained popularity beyond its Middle Eastern origins and is now a popular food across all the countries in the world, including the US.  Many people like hummus for its unique taste, and it has the status of a well-known superfood. And our dogs, as usual, get overexcited about anything we love to eat. But is it really such a good idea to share this dip with your pup? Are you interested in a particular topic about hummus and dogs? Then use the table of contents below to jump to the most relevant section. And...

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Can Dogs Eat Cupcakes: What Are the Most Dangerous Ingredients of These Beloved Treats?

Sugar, butter, dairy products, eggs, flours found in cupcakes are not recommended foods for dogs. All these products cause an adverse reaction in your canines.
Some cupcakes have sugar substitute products, which makes the problem worse for dogs. These artificial sweeteners are present in frosting or topping of cupcakes. It is useful if you check the ingredients of cake on the packet before purchasing one and see if it has synthetic sweetener.
But there’s even more to the topic…

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Can Dogs Eat Cheetos (Spicy Hot or Not)?

Cheetos aren’t exactly at the top of the healthy food list, but we love them anyway. And if you’ve ever caught your pup trying to sneak a bite of this snack, you know that dogs love them, too. Several dog owners are guilty of using Cheetos as treats for their pups. But should you ever allow your dog to eat it at all? Let’s figure out what is it made of to start.   Are you interested in a particular topic about dogs and Cheetos? Then use the table of contents below to jump to the most relevant section. And you can...

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Can Dogs Eat Tomato Soup: Canned, with or without Milk?

Most of us love that hot and cozy tomato soup. Especially when it’s cold and gloomy outside. And dogs are the kind of pets, who want to lure you into giving them food out of your plate almost every time you eat, they cannot stop themselves from eating anything that we like. The concern here is if it’s ok to share tomato soup with pups at all? Are all the ingredients perfectly safe? Or are some toxic?  Are you interested in a particular topic about tomato soup and dogs? Then use the table of contents below to jump to the...

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Can Dogs Eat Octopus? Raw, Cooked, or Dried?

Fish is an excellent source of nutrients and proteins in dog food. But can we say the same for octopus? Yes, all seafood has essential elements for the growth of your pup.
Octopus meat is a source of healthy fats, Omega 3, and Vitamin B12. And all those nutrients contribute to the overall health of your dog. But let’s get into the nitty-gritty of sharing octopus with your pet because there are always both right and wrong ways of doing it.

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