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Can dogs eat oranges?

Yes, oranges are a healthy treat for dogs.

Packed with vitamins A, B1, B6, C as well as calcium, iron, potassium, folic acid, flavonoids and phytonutrients, oranges are healthy for humans and dogs alike.

Remove the rind and seeds, they are not to be eaten. While neither are toxic to dogs, they can cause digestive blockage in the gut because they are not a normal food item.

If you want to introduce oranges to your dog’s diet, it’s best to do so in small pieces to see how their body reacts to the new food item. Too much orange and your dog’s stool will soften because each slice of orange adds water to their diet.

A typical serving size should not be more than a few wedges of orange.

Not all dogs like orange, so if your dog doesn’t take to the new treat don’t be worried.

-4L-

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SOURCES:
preventivevet.com

petmd.com

vetmed.wsu.edu

akc.org

webmd.com

petcha.com

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