The BEST FRUIT for DOGS – Benefits and Servings

Did you know that dogs can eat fruit? But, what fruits can dogs eat? In this AnimalWised video we talk about the benefits of fruit for dogs and explain which are the most recommended fruits for dogs. Likewise, we teach you how to give fruit to your dog, how much is appropriate and how you should give the fruit to them. The diet of the dog should be based, mainly, on the consumption of meat and fish. However, in a supplementary way we can offer them fruit or vegetables, since they are very beneficial foods for them. This can be the case whether we offer home-cooked food to our dog or use commercial feed. Original article:

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[Music] Many fruits are good for dogs but some Are better than others this is why Animal wise brings you this video in the Best fruit for dogs so we can show you What types are recommended as well as The specific benefits for the canine We’ll also give you the appropriate Serving size and hard to provide fruit For dogs [Music] Fruit is an excellent source of Antioxidants fiber minerals and vitamins They are great for strengthening their Immune system preventing and combating Constipation regulating intestinal Transit and hydration they are a healthy And refreshing snack especially during Warmer seasons what fruits can we give To our dogs here we show the most Appropriate the Apple is one of the best Fruits for dogs due to its high Nutritional value it’s rich in vitamin C And minerals such as calcium and Potassium additionally it has important Digestive astringent and Anti-inflammatory properties making it Beneficial in helping various Gastrointestinal issues to treat Diarrhea it’s good to give some apple Without skin however for constipation It’s recommended we leave it on 80% of a Pears composition is water so its Caloric intake is very low it’s a

Perfect source of fiber and potassium so In addition to promoting intestinal Transit can help prevent cardiovascular Disease and is suitable for dogs with Diabetes banana is rich in potassium Phosphorus vitamin C and B group Vitamins it is also rich in fiber so It’s perfect to help regulate the Intestinal transit of the dog of course It’s important to take into account that Ripe banana has a greater amount of Tannins substances that provide an Astringent effect and therefore is good For combating diarrhea in healthy dogs An excess of ripe banana can cause Constipation strawberries are very rich In antioxidants so they are ideal for Maintaining the health of our dog’s skin And preventing cellular oxidation on the Other hand they are highly beneficial For their bones and have diuretic and Digestive properties which can improve Their intestinal transit like Strawberries blueberries stand out for Their high content of antioxidants being One of the best fruits to prevent the Occurrence of diseases of a dog’s heart Likewise they are rich in vitamin C and Fiber of course don’t forget to remove The seeds before giving them to your dog As they can be harmful these fruits are Rich in soluble fiber and therefore Favor the regulation of intestinal In our dogs additionally their high iron

Content helps prevent the appearance of Anemia they are a powerful natural Source of antioxidants and are composed Mainly of water so they don’t promote Obesity in your dog you’ll have to Remove both the stone and skin when Giving them to your plants also mainly Made up of water small portions of Watermelon without seeds can be given to Our dog in hot weather we should give Watermelon to our dog in moderation Due to its high fructose content this is An excellent source of vitamin A and E In addition to having powerful diuretic And antioxidant product as with the rest Of these fruits we must remove the seeds And cut into chunks before giving to Your dog firstly it’s very important to Emphasize that fruit and vegetables Should not exceed 20% of dog’s total Daily intake their diet must be mainly Meat and fish so we can offer fruit only In small quantities always thoroughly Washed and removing any rind or seeds in The case of apple and pear we can leave The skin on as it is not toxic provided It has been thoroughly well clean Finally it’s always good to vary a dog’s Diet by rotating the fruit you give them What do you think about giving fruit to Your dog is there any day particularly Like if so tell us about it in the Comments like if you find it useful and Subscribe for more to come we’ll see you

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