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The quick answer: Yes, dogs can eat dates, but only sparingly due to the high sugar content. The sweet, edible date fruit grows in ..read more
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A distraught pet parent rushes into the emergency veterinary clinic, carrying his Golden Retriever in his arms. His dog collapsed ..read more
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The quick answer: Not recommended. Small amounts of lemon would likely not cause harm to your dog but consuming this fruit can cause ..read more
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The quick answer: Yes, dogs can eat the fruit of the honeydew melon as it is not toxic to dogs. Benefits of honeydew Honeydew melon is a ..read more
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Healthy Paws | Dog Health by Joanna Pendergrass, Dvm - 1M ago
We want what’s best for our dogs, especially regarding their food. A proper diet sets the stage for overall good health. However, with ..read more
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The quick answer: Yes, plain edamame beans are nontoxic for dogs, but it is not recommended. Often eaten as a snack or part of a meal, ..read more
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The quick answer: Proceed with caution. Commercially produced seaweed snacks without seasoning and seaweed supplements are safe for dogs ..read more
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Have you been thinking about fostering a dog, but you’re not sure if what it entails (and if you’re really cut out for it)? Gabby ..read more
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The quick answer: Not recommended. This tart fruit is very acidic and could cause digestive upset for dogs. The rind of a grapefruit ..read more
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Healthy Paws | Dog Health by Joanna Pendergrass, Dvm - 1M ago
Puppies are adorable poofs of fur that have seemingly endless stores of cuteness. Even with all this cuteness, puppies still need to be ..read more

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