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Can dogs eat raspberries?

Raspberries are only allowed for dogs only in small amounts.

Raspberries contain a toxin called Xylitol, which can be fatal to dogs, so if you share raspberries with you dog be sure to limit it to just 2 or 3 raspberries at most.

Rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties, raspberries can be especially good for older dogs with hip dysplasia or other joint problems. Raspberries also have vitamins B-complex, C, and K; copper; iron; magnesium; potassium; and are low in calories and sugar.

As with all new food items to your dog’s routine, be sure to offer only one raspberry at first to see if it’s to the dog’s taste. If so, be sure to never exceed 3 raspberries per day.

-4L-

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SOURCES:
preventivevet.com

petmd.com

vetmed.wsu.edu

akc.org

webmd.com

petcha.com

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