Can Dogs Eat Sesame Seeds? (Or Anything with Sesame Seeds Really?)

Sesame seeds are a great source of antioxidants, proteins and omega-6 fatty acids for humans, so you might wonder if this product can be beneficial for your dog too. While many people can immediately highlight numerous health benefits of sesame seeds that doesn’t mean they’ll be good for your pup as well. Let’s dig deeper. … Read more

Can Dogs Eat Caramel? (Vet’s Comments Included)

Caramel consists mainly of sugar, which is often not suitable for dogs. Even though it can take several various forms, it is most commonly used in a candy production and many desserts, including pastries, puddings, ice cream and more. Although we, humans, can freely savor it as a sweet treat, it offers nothing good for dogs and can cause some real harm.

Can Dogs Eat Cheerios? Dog’s Mom Guide to Fav Cereals

Cheerios don’t contain chemicals that can harm your dog unless they have been flavored with chocolate. Original, Honey nut, multi-grain, and very berry Cheerios… there are so many of them. But seriously, can dogs eat Cheerios? Well the truth is, your pup is going to be fine if we are talking tiny serving size. But … Read more

Can dogs eat crab meat?

Crab meat has numerous health benefits. Rich in phosphorus and, vital elements in bones and teeth. Crab is a wonderful food for cognitive ability and nervous system activity as it contains a variety of nutrients such as selenium, copper, vitamin B2, and omega-3 fatty acids. While many think all the fats must be dangerous for … Read more

Can Dogs Have Peppermint? (+Vets’ Comments Included)

Peppermint is refreshing, exhilarating and calming. It can soothe an upset stomach and relieve a sore throat. People appreciate this herb added in meals, candies, tea, and other beverages,  but how about our pets? So, can dogs eat peppermint? Yes, dogs can have a peppermint safely. And it’s actually one of the popular ingredients to … Read more

Can Dogs Eat Okra: Raw or Fried? (with Vet’s Comments)

Some of us love the soft flesh okra fruits, rich in proteins, antioxidants, fiber and good fats, including linoleum acid and some other polyunsaturated fatty acids.  The type of fiber you find in okra comes is water-soluble, and it helps to lower cholesterols levels. So, it’s not surprising that we, people, can’t defy ourselves with … Read more

Can Dogs Eat Edamame? Fried, Fresh, Baked, Frozen, or Raw?

The quick answer is: “Yes.” These beans have significant health benefits for everyone, including your pet. They’re an awesome source of polyunsaturated (good ones) fats, particularly of omega-3 alpha-linolenic acid. This nutrient proved to help reduce the risk of diabetes, obesity and even support the health of the skin and fur. Especially if your are … Read more

Can Dogs Eat Eggplants, Raw or Cooked?

Even though eggplant’s popularity is not quite high, eggplant can be absolutely delicious if it’s appropriately cooked. It’s also very healthy for you because it’s high in a bunch of vitamins and nutrients. However, if you’re thinking to add this vegetable to your dog’s diet, you have to read this first. Is eggplant good for … Read more

Can Dogs Eat Grapefruit? Here’s What the Vet Thinks

While grapefruit can be amazingly beneficial to us humans and poses zero toxicity danger, grapefruit should be off-limits when we are talking about dogs. So, can dogs have grapefruit? No, your dog better not do it. Having grapefruit may cause him many problems from vomiting to loose stool, etc. “The citric acid in grapefruit is … Read more

Can Dogs Eat Dates? Pros and Cons Revealed

Dates are quick to digest and have a slew of crucial nutrients that can help your dog’s health. But there’s often a lot of uncertainty about the safety of dates. Are dates bad for dogs? Dates are a wonderful way to reward your dog. They can be given in moderation without any concerns about any … Read more

Can Dog Eat Figs or Figs Are Poisonous to Dogs?

Figs are delightful and abundant with minerals and vitamins. And those are also a great source of fiber for humans, but can dogs have figs, too? Are figs bad for dogs? Figs are loaded with natural sugar. And in small quantities, those are a decent source of energy for your pup. It also contains potassium, … Read more

Can Dogs Eat Pickles? or It Can Be Toxic?

When you are enjoying that pickle, the salty piece of heaven, your pup will surely ask for a bite, like he always does! And we bet the furry pal loves that crunchiness of the treat. But can dogs eat pickles? While you may be lured to share your experience (and let’s be honest, sometimes it’s … Read more

Can Dogs Eat Beets: Cooked, Raw or Pickled.

Beets for dogs: is it good at all? Red Beets can be quickly added to your pup’s diet.  If you cannot get fresh beets to cook at your local supermarket or farmer’s shop, and sometimes I struggle to purchase them fresh, you can also utilize canned beetroot. Here’s why your pup can and should eat … Read more

How to Put Your Dog on a Diet? (Fat Dogs Owners Only!)

According to the newest veterinary studies, over half of our nation’s pets are overweight. It indicates that almost 80 million pets are at risk for promoting debilitating diabetes, crippling arthritis, debilitating diabetes, high blood pressure, horrifying heart disease,  and many forms of cancer. It’s tough to refuse your fluffy friend with the treat when he … Read more