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Oranges are a common “go to” when you’re getting sick. The fruit packs a lot of beneficial vitamins. But do oranges give your dog the same boost they give you? Great question. A lot of dog owners wonder if their dog can eat oranges. If you’ve wondered this before, continue reading.
Because your dog trusts you, he may taste or even eat a lemon if you give it to him. But lemons and their flavor is one your dog would normally avoid. A dog who licks or eats a lemon may have a strong reaction to the taste. While it may seem comical, feeding your dog a lemon isn’t a joke. Continue reading to learn why.
Flavors help dogs know what foods to eat and which foods to avoid. Though dogs’ taste buds may steer them away from grapefruit, should you coax them into trying the tart fruit? Read on to learn more about grapefruit and your dog.
Whether or not dogs can eat corn is a hot topic among dog owners. Find out how corn can contribute to a balanced diet for your dog.
Learn when your puppy is ready to switch to adult dog food by better understanding the nutritional needs for small, medium and large breed dogs.
There are lots of ways to keep your dog safe while in the car. Learn some dog safety tips such as the benefits of dog seat belts and car harnesses.
Learn what animal by-products are and what they contribute to dog food.
Peanut butter and other nuts and seeds are high in fat and calories. Learn from expert veterinarian experts if your dog can safely eat nuts and seeds including legumes and soy.
During the summer months, when nature supplies us with an abundance of treats in the form of luscious summer fruits, you may be tempted to share these healthy indulgences with the dogs you love. But is it healthy – and safe – for dogs to eat certain fruits and berries?
Learn why corn is beneficial for dogs.
The holidays are a time of happy celebration with family and friends, but it’s important to remember our pets. House guests, festive foods, decorations, and outside gifts can all pose a risk to the health of cats and dogs. Purina vet, Dr. Zara, shares her tips for a seamless holiday season.
Stop your dog or cat from eating grass with 5 unique tips that will keep your pet cool, happy and occupied during the hot summer months.