Food

(Picture Credit: Sigitas Stukas / EyeEm/Getty Images) Salmon is a delicious and healthy fish option for us humans to eat. But is it good for our beloved dogs to eat, as well? The quick answer is yes. Dogs can eat salmon, and it’s usually good for them if served properly. In fact, a lot of
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(Picture Credit: Frank Herholdt/Getty Images) Some people say that dogs reflect their owners’ overall appearances. Now, science has explored this one step further and found a specific, more troubling connection in the way dogs look like their humans. Research shows that overweight dog owners tend to also have heavier dogs. Many humans gain weight due
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(Picture Credit: Micah Marshall / EyeEm/Getty Images) Popcorn is one of the staple snacks we like to have, especially when it’s a movie night. And who might be there lingering beside us hoping to get a few dropped pieces of popcorn that we scarf down in bunches? It’s our beloved pooches, of course! But as
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(Picture Credit: Chris Amaral/Getty Images) Can dogs eat bread? You’re probably asking this if you want to share a bite of your sandwich or toast with your pooch, or maybe your dog accidentally snagged a bite of bread while you weren’t looking. Ah, bread–a treat as tempting to the olfactory senses as to the taste
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(Picture Credit: RossHelen/Getty Images) The vitamin and supplement business for humans is a multi-billion dollar industry. Many pet owners also feel that if supplements are good for them, they must be good for their pets, too. With Holistic Pet Day coming up on August 30th, maybe natural health solutions for your furry friend are already
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(Picture Credit: Tudor Costache/Getty Images) Passing gas is as natural as breathing. That’s not to say that an unwelcome gust of wind isn’t disorienting when it’s unexpected. We pet parents know all too well that even our furry friends aren’t exempted from sudden stink bombs. Just like in humans, farting can either be a passing–pun
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Can dogs eat watermelon? The short answer is yes, dogs can eat watermelon, but before you feed your dog this tasty fruit, there are some things you should know. This fruit has plenty of vitamins and nutrients that are beneficial for your dog’s health, and they’re made of 92 percent water,
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Can dogs eat tomatoes? The short answer is yes, dogs can eat tomatoes, but there are some big exceptions and things you should know before you giving them to your dog. It’s important to note that tomatoes are in the nightshade family, and parts of them contain substances that are toxic
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Can dogs eat peaches? The short answer is yes, dogs can eat peaches, but before you serve your dog some of this yummy fruit, there are some things you should know. Peaches are loaded with beneficial nutrients that can be good for your dog’s health when they are served properly and
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Can dogs eat bananas? The short answer is yes, dogs can eat bananas, but before you let your pup munch these sweet, yellow fruits, there are some things you should know. Like many other good things, bananas are best enjoyed by dogs in moderation. They are full of beneficial vitamins and
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(Picture Credit: Enrico Andretta / EyeEm/Getty Images) Can dogs eat oranges? If you’re looking for the quick answer, it’s yes. However, the full answer is not so simple. There are some things you should know before feeding oranges to your dog. For most of us humans, an orange can be a sweet and nutritious snack. But
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(Picture Credit: adogslifephoto/Getty Images) Turkey takes the spotlight in the most recent salmonella outbreak. The latest development ties raw turkey products, including pet food, to potential sources of infection. Dogs who eat these products may be at risk for exposure. Pet food brands have started recalling their products as more people report salmonella infections. The
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Can dogs eat avocados? There isn’t a short yes or no answer. Avocados can be dangerous for dogs, though reports that they are actually toxic are sometimes blown out of proportion. So long as they are prepared properly, avocados are usually safe for dogs to eat. Much of the controversy around
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Can dogs eat eggs? The short answer is yes, dogs can eat eggs. However, there is some debate about whether they should be cooked or raw, and there are some things you should know before you serve eggs to your dog. In general, eggs are good for dogs, and they are
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(Picture Credit: Carmelka/Getty Images) Can dogs eat cranberries? The short answer is yes, cranberries, are safe to eat for dogs. They are not toxic, unlike a very close alternative, raisins. These tiny fruits can provide your dogs with benefits like a high dose of vitamin C, potassium, and fiber. They have low caloric content and
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(Image Credit: Getty Images/kandypix) Peanut butter is a healthy sometimes-snack for humans. However, this is not necessarily the case for dogs. Not all, but many types of peanut butter have an ingredient called xylitol. Xylitol is a substance often used in place of natural sweeteners, and it is highly toxic for dogs. It’s usually extracted
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Can dogs eat apples? The short answer is yes, dogs can eat apples, but there are some things you should know before you feed them to your dog. These frruits are full of nutrients that can be beneficial to your dog’s health, but there are some dangers to look out for,
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Can dogs eat peanuts? The short answer is yes, dogs can eat peanuts, but there are some big exceptions and things you should know before you feed them to your dog. Peanuts are high in beneficial, healthy nutrients for your dog, but they should only be eaten in moderation, and only
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(Picture Credit: Alina Potopeanu/EyeEm/Getty Images) Back in the days of hunters and gatherers, protein and nuts were the main ingredients of every meal. This did our ancestors well, but more than this, even the animals and pets would enjoy the same food and benefits. This is why a common trend now for pets is feeding
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