Comments on 13 Best Fruits for Dogs to Eat

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jean   youngstown, Ohio

10/5/2016 5:32:29 PM

Are nectarines safe for dogs?

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Sharon Prigge   Brooklyn Center, Minnesota

6/6/2016 5:05:19 PM

I was just at one site, which said to NOT feed most of the fruits this site says are safe! Many of which I give my dog...Pears, peaches, apples, (I give my dog applesauce) watermelon, and cantaloupe... How on earth does one know what is safe for sure and what is not?

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Mel   East Lansing, Michigan

6/6/2016 11:27:12 AM

Our dogs can be "picky." one will like raw carrots the other won't eat them unless steamed. In a pinch I'll buy low salt green beans and one will touch one brand and not another! So keep trying different foods but also ways of preparing.

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ERIC   Harrisville, Rhode Island

5/16/2016 6:30:05 AM

Ba ba is right. Its cyanide. BUT, many apple trees especially in old groves are contaminated with arsenic. Its Common apple tree pesticide in past decades. So dont let dogs eat the skins or leaves from these old trees

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BA ba   International

4/14/2016 5:27:29 PM

Apple seeds don't have arsenic, it's cyanide!


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patricia   new orleans, Louisiana

4/6/2016 1:40:53 PM

would like to give my dog fresh veg. and fruits. Picky eater he will not eat carorts nor celery should I shredd or cut in small peices

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Eileen - 249708   Port Perry, ON

1/30/2016 3:40:14 AM

I am back reading old articles because DC has stopped posting new ones.

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Alexa   Tehachapi, California

1/22/2016 10:29:23 PM

I just fed my dog mashed bananas with a little bit of orange juice mixed in. Of course she didn't want anything to do with it cause she was laying down, but then she sniffed it got up and actually licked the bowl till it was clean. I known the bananas are good for the dog but im sort of concerned about the orange juice..

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Ashley   Boise, Idaho

1/18/2016 2:35:21 PM

I don't see the apple picture but I can see all the others. Is there something wrong with the site?

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Renee   Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania

1/13/2016 11:31:00 AM

Surprised strawberries was on the list. I was told strawberries were poisoness to dogs


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Eileen - 249708   Port Perry, ON

9/10/2015 4:06:43 AM

My dog loves most of the safe fruits listed especially bananas and pumpkin. I do not feed my dog anything that is processed and especially she does not get kibble.

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Leland   Laurel, Mississippi

8/3/2015 10:27:40 AM

Fredricka, you are a moron. Don't believe anything .coms say but only .orgs? You have no clue about domain registration obviously. ANYONE can make a .org website. It's simple as clicking a dropdown menu and changing .com or .net or .whatever to .org. Doesn't make it any more or less accurate with whatever is put behind a domain.

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Daphne   Niles, Ohio

8/1/2015 11:14:12 PM

Here are some additional sources for everyone that can help you make decisions on what you should or should not give your pets and why. The ACPCA list includes both foods and plants and tells you which are toxic to your
Fredrika I'm not sure what book your vet gave you but from all the searches I have done strawberries are fine for dogs. hy_snacks ol/toxic-and-non-toxic-plants

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Carrie   dallas, Texas

7/30/2015 8:03:55 PM

Hello Jennifer, I am sorry to hear about your Staffie. My boxer loves grapes but I got lucky and found out how bad they were before they could hurt her. She loves them a lot!

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fredricka - 310584   

7/28/2015 12:17:16 PM

Straberrys are actuly very bad for dogs. I have read in a book that the doctor gave me and it says that they are deadly to dogs. I hope that no one has given there pets or fury friends this it would be bad to know that this web site is giving bad info about things do not believe .coms but only .org

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Rian   Vancouver, International

7/23/2015 10:28:22 PM

The edible fig is not ficus benjamina; it's ficus carica.

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Tom   Louuisville, Kentucky

7/14/2015 11:02:20 AM

I was told that pinapple was good for a vitamin deficiency that contributes dogs eating their feces. Is this true?

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Jennifer   Grahamstown, International

7/14/2015 4:53:04 AM

I lost a beloved Staffie as I did not know grapes were poisonous to dogs and he adored them :-(

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Kristina   Killeen, Texas

7/12/2015 9:27:28 AM

Apple Seeds and Cherry Seeds both contain cyanide, they are bad for any living creature.

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Carol   Redmond, Oregon

7/10/2015 3:08:42 PM

I've heard grapes for dogs are NOT healthy - dangerous in fact - can lead to renal failure...

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