Top 7 Highly NUTRITIOUS Fruits for your dog or puppy growth. || Monkoodog

Fruits are packed with loads of Nutrition like healthy antioxidants, minerals, vitamins and fiber. Some fruits are super good for dogs as they help to fight dangerous diseases like Cancer. But on the other hand, Some dog food are downright dangerous for your puppy growth..
But fruits are highly nutritious to eat but should be feed with precautions.
For example you can give Banana which is totally safe to eat but can’t give the apple without removing its seeds.

So, we have listed down all the safe healthy and nutritious fruits for your dog with their benefits and the tips on how to feed the fruits to your pooch with the required necessary precautions.

Here are the following healthy fruits for your pooch:

The first fruit is – Banana
Bananas are a great source of potassium which supports heart and kidney functions. Bananas are high in carbohydrates and the high sugar content in bananas means that they should be given to dogs sparingly. Never feed the peel or the whole banana
because the peel is hard to digest and the banana can create a blockage in the stomach. Always, Half banana should be given to medium to large breed dogs and only 2 to 3 pieces of it should be given to the small breeds per day as an occasional treat.

Second is Mangoes.
Mangoes are a vitamin-packed treat for dogs. Giving small pieces of mango with the skin removed will allow for easier digestion and as a result, lessen the chances of your dogs’ upset stomach.
As like all pitted fruits, be sure to remove the hard middle pit which contains poisonous amounts of cyanide.

The third is Strawberries.
Strawberries are full of antioxidants and vitamin C, which helps to strengthen the immune system. But here’s a Bonus
Strawberries contain an enzyme that can help whiten your dog’s teeth. Also, never feed canned or strawberry syrup to your dog.
Only Fresh or frozen strawberries can help the dog to stay healthy whether you feed them raw or pureed them and add to their normal daily food but in a moderate amount.

You can also add veggies in their daily meal. To know what veggies are safe for your dog to eat, watch our next video.
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Fourth is Apples.
Apples are high in fiber and low in calorie, making them an ideal snack for overweight or senior pets who may have a lower metabolism. They’re also packed with vitamins A and C which are essential for maintaining healthy bones and tissue.
They also help to keep the dog’s teeth clean along with freshening the breath. Make sure to take out the seeds and the core before feeding to your dog, as these have dangerous cyanide seeds.

Fifth is Orange.
Dogs have been known to enjoy this sweet treat a lot.
The nutrients and Vitamin C can help their immune system and flush toxins out of the body. However, the seeds, peel, leaves, and
stem of the orange are poisonous so make sure you only feed dogs the fleshy part of the fruit.

Sixth. Watermelon.
Watermelon is almost 92% water, so it is great for keeping your pet hydrated. It also contains Vitamins A, C, and B-6, as well as potassium which helps to maintain healthy muscle and nerve function. Watermelon is safe to feed your dog but with some precautions. Seeds can cause intestinal blockage, so make sure you remove the seeds and don’t allow your dog to chew
on the rind because it can cause gastrointestinal problems.

Seventh is Cantaloupe.
Being a host of vitamins and minerals, including vitamins A, B,
and C, Cantaloupe help to alleviates inflammatory issues in dogs
and also helps to reduce the risk of cancer and prevents cell damage. It also helps in the dog’s eyesight. It’s important to remove the skin and seeds and cut the cantaloupe into manageable sized wedges before feeding dogs.

are the fruits which are nutritious but should be given with full precautions.

Here is a tip for serving fruits to your dog:- Always serve fruits periodically and small chunks of them. Or you can make homemade fruit treats to maintain a moderate amount for your dog
only for occasional treats. Also, keep eye on your dog’s behavior and health on introducing a new fruit in their diet.

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Healthy fruits for your dog

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