Can dogs have apples?

According to Purina, apples are OK for canines to consume. Apples have a lot of fiber, are low in calories, and are rich in vitamins A and C.

Apples are a nutritious and tasty treat for dogs. If you're looking for something simple to make and give to your dog, try these apple ginger dog treats. 

That doesn't imply your dog can eat the core, seeds, and skin. Make sure the core, stem, and seeds are taken out. 

The amygdalin in apple seeds breaks down into cyanide when chewed and digested. If your dog eats too much, it might get sick.

Apples, like other fruits, should not be a staple in your dog's diet but may be enjoyed on occasion.

Purina claims that its dog food already provides all the necessary vitamins and minerals for a dog's daily diet. 

Applesauce is OK for your dog to consume as long as it is unsweetened and basic. Applesauce frozen in ice cube trays is a great summertime treat for your pooch.

According to the American Kennel Club, apple peels are OK for dogs to eat, and for certain dogs, the added fiber may be beneficial. 

Cutting the apple into bite-sized pieces makes it easier to eat and eliminates the risk of choking.


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