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  • Can Dogs Eat Bell Peppers. Picture of a dog sitting next to 2 bell peppers.

    Can Dogs Eat Bell Peppers

    Are you wondering if it’s safe to share your favorite snack of bell peppers with your dog? Consider this; bell peppers are packed with beneficial antioxidants and vitamins that dogs can enjoy too! Dogs can enjoy bell peppers in moderation. These colorful veggies are packed with vitamins and low in calories. Remove seeds and stems,…

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  • Can Dogs Eat Beetroot. Picture of a dog laying next to some beetroot.

    Can Dogs Eat Beetroot

    Are you wondering if beetroot is a safe and nutritious addition to your dog’s diet? You might be surprised that this vibrant root vegetable is non-toxic for dogs and packed with beneficial nutrients like fiber, vitamins, and minerals. Beetroot can be fed to dogs in small amounts as an occasional treat. Rich in vitamins and…

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  • Can Dogs Eat Bread. Picture of a dog sniffing 2 baguettes.

    Can Dogs Eat Bread

    Is your dog constantly eyeing your delicious slice of bread? While it’s natural for us to want to share our meals with our beloved pets, it’s important to note that not all human foods are safe for dogs. Dogs can eat bread in moderation, but be cautious of allergies and weight gain due to carbohydrates.…

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  • Can Dogs Eat Brussels Sprouts. Picture of a dog sniffing a pile of Brussels sprouts

    Can Dogs Eat Brussels Sprouts

    Are you curious if your dog can munch on Brussels sprouts along with you? It’s a common question, given that these mini cabbages contain essential vitamins and nutrients. Brussels sprouts are safe for dogs in moderation. High in fibre and vitamins, they can be a healthy treat. Cooked, plain, and chopped are best. Watch for…

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  • What Are Dog Zoomies - Frenetic Random Activity Periods (FRAP). Picture of 2 dogs running.

    What Are Dog Zoomies – Frenetic Random Activity Periods (FRAP)

    If you have ever seen your dog tucking its back end low and bolting around in circles with a gleeful expression in an explosion of energy, that’s the zoomies! Zoomies are also known as ‘FRAP’ – Frenetic Random Activity Period. As well as ‘midnight crazies’, ‘figure 8’, and ‘scrumbling’. FRAP, or zoomies, are when your…

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  • Can Dogs Eat Broccoli. Picture of a dog sniffing a bunch of broccoli.

    Can Dogs Eat Broccoli

    Are you a dog owner wondering if veggies like broccoli are safe for your dog? Broccoli may seem unusual, but it contains fibre, antioxidants, and beneficial vitamins. Broccoli is safe for dogs in small quantities. Packed with vitamins and fibre, it can be a nutritious addition to their diet. Offer cooked, plain broccoli to avoid…

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  • Can Dogs Eat Rice. Picture of a person feeding their dog a spoonful of rice.

    Can Dogs Eat Rice

    Have you wondered, “Can dogs eat rice?” If so, you’re not alone. Rice is a common ingredient in many commercial dog foods and offers potential health benefits like being a high carbohydrate energy source. Yes, dogs can eat rice. Plain, cooked rice is safe and easily digestible for most dogs. It can be a helpful…

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  • Can Dogs Eat Brown Rice. Picture of a dog looking at a bowl of brown rice.

    Can Dogs Eat Brown Rice

    Have you ever wondered if brown rice is safe and healthy for your beloved dog? You’re not alone! Many dog owners ask the same question, especially considering brown rice is packed with beneficial nutrients. Yes, dogs can eat brown rice. It’s a healthy source of carbohydrates and nutrients. Cooked plain brown rice is safe for…

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  • Can Dogs Eat After Eights. picture of a dogs nose sniffing 3 after eights.

    Can Dogs Eat After Eights

    Are you a dog guardian who enjoys After Eights and wonders if your dog can have some, too? Can dogs eat After Eights? No, dogs should not eat After Eights or any chocolate-based products. Chocolate contains theobromine and caffeine, which are toxic to dogs. After Eights are chocolate-covered mints and even a tiny amount of…

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  • Can Dogs Eat Chocolate. Picture of a dog sitting behind a pile of chocolate drops.

    Can Dogs Eat Chocolate

    Are you a dog guardian concerned about whether it’s safe for your dog to enjoy a bite of Chocolate? Despite its human appeal, the sad reality is that our dogs should never indulge in this sweet treat. Can dogs eat Chocolate? No, dogs should not eat Chocolate. Chocolate contains substances called theobromine and caffeine, which…

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