It’s summer time! The kids are out and the fur kids, we hopefully get to spend more time with. These hot days we have to remember to keep our pets cool. Tasty frozen fruit treats are a must. Here’s a list of great/healthy natural fruit for your pup. Try them all and see which ones your fur baby prefers.
♥️Great Fruits for your Pup♥️
Watermelon: watermelon is very healthy for your pup. Filled with lots of water and salt it is sources of vitamin C and A, potassium, magnesium. Only give the red jucy area to your pup, take the seeds out.
Cranberries: Cranberries not only help with urinary tract infections in pups, they are also a good source of nutrition. Cranberries are a source of vitamin C, fiber and magnesium.
Pumpkin: pumpkin has been known to help pups with fiber and bad stomachs. It also is a source of iron, potassium, vitamin A & zinc. A lot of pup treats are made with pumpkin.
Blueberries: Besides being small, they are packed with vitamins, antioxidants, iron and zinc.
Cantaloupe: Small pieces of cantaloupe will have vitamins A, B complex, C, fiber, potassium, magnesium, folic acid and more.
♥️Here are a few more♥️
Above are the top picks for my pups. Some other fruits that are great as well:
Remember when adding fruit to your pups diet, make sure to give just a little at first. Make sure it does not cause your pup’s stomach to get upset or allergy problems. Your pup will like some of them, but some, they might not. They are as picky as we are!
Always remember to remove seeds and don’t give rhinds to your pup.
‼️4 Bad Fruits for Pups‼️
There are great fruits for pups but there are bad fruits as well. Some fruits can be toxic to dogs. Some can upset your pups stomach, cause skin irritation, vomiting or even be poisonous to your pup.
Here is a list of fruits to avoid!
- Orange & Lemon Trees
If you are unsure if your pup should eat a fruit, check if they are good for pups before automatically giving a fruit to your pup. If you are still unsure, consult with your veterinarian before giving you pup fruit. Each pup is different with different needs.
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