You may love eggs, but can dogs eat eggs, too? Find out the benefits of eggs for dogs and how to add eggs to your dog's regular diet.
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Your dog eats a strawberry off the carpet. Should you be concerned? Not at all. Good news: Strawberries are not toxic to dogs. In fact, you can even let your dogs eat strawberries as an occasional treat.
Watermelon is a summer favorite for humans, but can dogs enjoy it too? Find out everything about dogs and watermelon.
Can dogs eat blueberries? Blueberries are a delicious snack for humans, but are they safe for dogs to eat too? We've got the answer.
Bananas are a delicious and healthy treat for humans, but can dogs eat bananas? Are bananas good for dogs? Here’s what you need to know.
They say that an apple a day keeps the doctor away for us humans—but can dogs eat apples? Here’s what pet parents need to know.
‘Tis the season for holiday dishes and festive ingredients! Find out if your pup can partake in all the cranberry cheer.
Learn about how to safely feed pumpkin to your dog as well as pumpkin safety for your dog during Halloween!
On Halloween, you may find yourself wondering, can dogs eat candy? Before you treat your pup, read this guide to poisonous Halloween foods for dogs.
Have you ever snuck food under the table for an eager dog? Or have you let him have a bite, a lick off your plate or finish the rest of your meal? It’s a kind gesture, but there are many foods bad for dogs including certain fruits, vegetables and even bread. If you’ve ever wondered, “Is sourdough bread bad for dogs?,” find out the answer here and the reasons why.
Are Mushrooms Poisonous to Dogs?
As the leaves change and pumpkin flavor and aroma fills our ovens and coffee cups, we can’t help but get enough of this fall squash fruit. But have you ever considered if cats can eat pumpkin? They can! Not only can cats eat pumpkin, it is a nutritious treat that most cats are delighted to have added to their diet.