Pregnant and nursing dogs have very specific nutritional needs. That’s why special care and consideration should be taken when feeding and caring for these dogs.
Whole, sliced or cubed apples make a great snack for you, but can dogs eat apples? Yes, if you take some care in how you prepare them. Keep reading to learn how to prepare apples for your dog.
Absolutely. Dogs can have apples. They are a good fruit to include in your treating routine. "Try rotating different foods that are good for dogs like apples, bananas, and carrots to help keep the flavors and textures new and special," Purina Senior Nutritionist Jan Dempsey recommends.
People use carrots in recipes, include them in lunches and eat them as snacks. But should the versatile vegetable find its way into your dog’s bowl? Keep reading to find out if dogs can eat carrots.
Yes, dogs can have carrots. They make a good, natural treat for dogs. And generally, dogs like the flavor, too. Explore dog food products with carrots as an ingredient.
You may think that dogs are carnivores, but they aren’t. Dogs evolved to be omnivores. So, does this mean you can feed your dog brown rice? Read on to find out.
Absolutely. Dogs can eat grains, including brown rice, because they are omnivores. That means dogs can eat and digest foods that come from plants. Dogs aren’t strict carnivores, so brown rice or other grains can be a part of their diet.
It’s no surprise that bananas are a perfect go-to snack for you. They’re sweet, provide you with energy, and conveniently come in their own wrapper. But are bananas just as good for your dog? Keep reading to learn if dogs can eat bananas.
Absolutely. Dogs can have bananas. While they may not be as healthy for dogs as they are for you, a banana makes a good (and often motivating) treat.