Yes, dogs can eat dill and have it sprinkled on their food. The amount of dill given to our furry friends should just be a moderate sprinkle is enough for them. Dill has many health benefits it can give to your furry friend, including solving digestive problems. Despite all its benefits, dill oil extract should not be given to dogs as it can cause skin allergies.
Regardless of age, size, and breed, all dogs scratch their beds before sleeping, be it in the morning, noon, or night. This behavior is an instinct that stems from their ancestors in the wild that is passed on to our domesticated dogs. Our dogs scratch their beds for comfort, warmth, and safety.
Male dogs have nipples because they go through an indifferent growth stage during the early period before birth. During this stage, while the gender is not yet determined, nipples will be formed. As maturity occurs, male dogs’ nipples cease to grow while that of females develop. Consequently, the nipples of male dogs are smaller in size than that of females.
Despite how unusual it may seem, it is sometimes normal for dogs to sleep with their eyes open. More often than not, their eyes are only partially open and remain in this state for a few minutes before dogs fully close them. The most common reason why they may be left open while sleeping is the REM cycle of sleep.
Yes, your dog can have papayas as they are rich in vitamin C, vitamin K, fiber, potassium, and other minerals beneficial to a dog’s health. Papayas help build a dog’s immune system by preventing infections and other fatal diseases. Also, they boost metabolism and are effective for removing intestinal worms.
Technically yes, dogs can have French fries occasionally. French fries themselves aren’t toxic to dogs. But neither do they make a healthy treat for them. These fries boast high levels of saturated and trans fats that can cause inflammation of the pancreas in dogs.
Yes, dogs can eat tangerines. Instead of feeding them the whole citrus fruit, only a few segments of the flesh, excluding the peels and seeds, are recommended. Tangerines are healthy and provide vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients. If you feed dogs whole tangerines, they are affected by excess citric acid and sugars in their flesh and cyanide in the peels and seeds.