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(Photo Credit: Arthur Neaman/EyeEm/Getty) Summer is winding down, but there is still plenty of hot weather ahead for you and your pup to explore the outdoors, enjoy a day at the lake, or play a frisky game of fetch in the backyard. Dogs can get dehydrated in the heat just like humans, so keeping your
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(Photo Credit: Boy_Anupong/Getty) Research conducted on the diet of ancient Siberian dogs have given us a window into some of the earliest relationships between human and pup. Today, our beloved pet dogs’ diets can get pretty varied. Formulated pet diets on the market can contain anything from the more common beef or chicken to bison,
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(Picture Credit: Liliya Kulianionak/Getty Images) Olive oil is a staple for many people in their diet. It’s found in kitchen pantries everywhere. So can dogs have olive oil, too? The quick answer is yes, dogs can have olive oil. But there many things to consider when deciding to add olive oil to your pup’s diet.
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(Picture Credit: Daniel Pereira / EyeEm/Getty Images) Can dogs eat cauliflower? Maybe you’ve wondered if you could share a bite with your dog while preparing some cauliflower as part of a healthy vegetable-focused weeknight meal. If humans can eat cauliflower, can dogs safely eat it too? The short answer is yes, dogs can eat cauliflower
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(Picture Credit: Алексей Филатов/Getty Images) Can dogs eat walnuts? Maybe the thought of sharing one with your pooch crossed your mind while cracking open a few walnuts to snack on yourself. If humans can eat walnuts, can dogs safely eat them too? The short answer is no, dogs can’t eat walnuts safely. While they’re not
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(Picture Credit: kwanchaichaiudom/Getty Images) Can dogs eat wheat germ? Maybe you’ve considered this while looking into the health benefits of adding some wheat germ to your own diet and wondered if your dog might get some benefits as well. If humans can eat wheat germ, can dogs safely eat it too? The short answer is
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(Picture Credit: diignat/Getty Images) Can dogs eat eggplant? Maybe you’ve found yourself wondering if you could share a bite with your dog while preparing some eggplant ahead of a hearty eggplant parm for a Sunday feast. If humans can eat eggplant, can dogs safely eat it too? There is no short yes or no answer
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(Picture Credit: Magone/Getty Images) Can dogs eat edamame? Maybe you’ve wondered if you could share some with your pooch while enjoying a bowl of edamame as a healthy snack or as an appetizer ahead of a meal. If humans can eat edamame, can dogs safely eat it too? The short answer is yes, dogs can
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(Picture Credit: jirkaejc/Getty Images) Can dogs eat Nutella? You may be asking this because your dog got into this popular spread, and you’re worried about their health. Humans can eat Nutella, so is it also safe for dogs to eat? The short answer is no, Nutella is not safe for dogs to eat. Nutella is
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(Picture Credit: zstockphotos/Getty Images) Can dogs eat emu meat? You may be asking this because you want to introduce a new meat into your dog’s diet and you think emu is an interesting choice. Humans can eat emu meat, so is it also safe for dogs to eat? The short answer is yes, emu meat
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(Picture Credit: DebbiSmirnoff/Getty Images) Can dogs eat gravy? You may be asking this because your dog helped themselves to a bite of your Thanksgiving meal. Humans can eat gravy, so is it also safe for dogs to eat? The short answer is no, gravy is not good for dogs to eat. Gravy typically doesn’t contain
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(Picture Credit: Melissandra/Getty Images) Can dogs eat prunes? Maybe you’ve wondered if you can share a taste with your dog while reaching for a few prunes to add to your morning granola or to enjoy as a quick snack. If humans can eat prunes, can dogs safely eat them too? The short answer is no,
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(Picture Credit: annick vanderschelden photography/Getty Images) Can dogs eat sultanas? You may be asking this because your pup ate some of these dried fruits, and you’re worried about their health. Humans can eat sultanas, so are they also safe for dogs to eat? The short answer is no, sultanas are not safe for dogs to
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(Picture Credit: joannatkaczuk/Getty Images) Can dogs eat bay leaves? Maybe you’ve thought about giving your dog a taste while adding some aromatic bay leaves to a slow simmering stew. If humans can eat bay leaves, can dogs safely eat bay leaves? The short answer is no, dogs can’t eat bay leaves safely. In fact, bay
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(Picture Credit: cgdeaw/Getty Images) Can dogs eat hot dogs? Maybe you’ve found yourself wondering if you could share a bite with your dog while scarfing down a bunch of hot dogs as part of a holiday barbecue. If humans can eat hot dogs, can dogs safely eat them too? The short answer is no, dogs
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(Picture Credit: Ivan Negru / 500px/Getty Images) Can dogs eat crab? You may be asking this because you love this crustaceous snack and want to share with your pup. Humans can eat crab, so is it also safe for dogs to eat? The short answer is yes, crab is safe for dogs to eat. Because
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(Picture Credit: Luis Vasconcelos/Getty Images) Can dogs eat radishes? You may be asking this because you want to feed your furry friend a crunchy new snack, or maybe your pup took a bite of a radish and you’re wondering if it’s safe. Humans can eat radishes, so are they also safe for dogs to eat?
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(Picture Credit: AMEER Hamza / 500px/Getty Images) Can dogs eat burritos? You may be asking this because your pup got a bite of your burrito lunch. Humans can eat burritos, so are they also safe for dogs to eat? The short answer is no, burritos are not safe for dogs to eat. They contain ingredients
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(Picture Credit: CasarsaGuru/Getty Images) Can dogs eat kohlrabi? You may be asking this because your dog took a bite of the veggie, and you want to make sure they’ll be okay, or maybe you want to expand your pup’s diet. Humans can eat kohlrabi, so is it also safe for dogs to eat? The short
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(Picture Credit: Gregory Adams/Getty Images) Can dogs eat vanilla? We use vanilla as an ingredient in such a wide variety of food items, it can be difficult to keep track of what has it and what doesn’t. But what about when it comes to our dogs? Is vanilla safe for them? Technically, the short answer
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