are apples bad for dogs???
I have had dogs for over 40 years. Almost all of them have eaten tomato products (pizza, for example. Spaghetti sauce, for another example). We have given garlic to our dogs on a vets advice to ward off fleas, and our dogs have also eaten potatoes and celery without any problems or complications what so ever. I am not aware that any of those things are bad for the animals at all. Fruits and vegetables are very good for dogs. Read the ingredients on a package of dry dog food sometime and see what is in it. Chocolate, however, is not good for dogs.
lol...nah..my dogs like pieces of chopped up apples. We like giving it to them in the summer, we chop apples up into good sized chunks, then pop them in the freezer for a few minutes or until they're chilly and feed them to the dogs...they like it...keeps them hydrated and cool...
Actually apples are good for dogs. Dogs can eat fruits (except grapes - they can cause kidney problems) and vegetables (except avoid corn, all the sugar in corn will make them gain weight). My dog loves carrots. I give him raw, baby carrots daily instead of treats.
Grapes (raisons, too) and chocolate are the only things I would concern myself with in vegitable/fruit catagories...Tho, I had a dog who ate grapes all the time...never hurt her...
DO NOT give your dog apples. The seeds in apples and pears are POISONOUS. Do not give your dig plums, apricots, or peaches either.
no just tomatos, garlic, chocolate, potatoes and celery.
No, but chocolate is...
OH OK THANXXX