The tasty, tangy kiwi fruit is a treat for most people, but a common question is can dogs eat kiwi too? The answer is yes, your furry friend can eat kiwi as an occasional treat, but there are always important precautions to take to ensure your pet can enjoy a new food safely. This article explores whether kiwi is safe for dogs, its potential health benefits, and how to properly include it in a dog’s diet.
A staple around campfires, marshmallows are a popular sweet treat amongst humans. The question many dog owners often wonder is can dogs eat marshmallows? The short answer to that question is no, marshmallows are not suitable for canine consumption. To determine why requires a more in-depth look, which this article will supply, along with the safety, potential risks, and considerations regarding feeding marshmallows to pups.
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These homemade dog treats were a huge win in our house. Check out the recipe and view more photos.
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Commercial pet food is serious business. There are a lot of viewpoints out there about what exactly is best. Here are a few things you may not know.