Yes, dogs can eat green peas because they are nutritious and healthy. Fresh green peas, and other different kinds of peas, are good for pooches. However, the American Kennel Club strictly warned against giving dogs canned green peas due to the preservatives added to extend the shelf life.
Coccidiosis is an intestinal infection caused by a single-celled protozoan parasite called coccidia. These are not worms but microscopic parasites that live in the walls of their intestines. It is most common among puppies but can also infect adult dogs.
Pancreatitis is the inflammation of the pancreas inside the dog’s body. It is a serious disease that can even lead to life-threatening conditions. However, recognizing the symptoms and early warning signs and having the right treatments can definitely save your Fido’s life.
Yes, dogs can have xanthan gum, but in moderation. While there are no exhaustive studies on this additive yet, its prevalent use in canned dog foods and the non-reportage of mishaps on account of its consumption likely affirms its safety for dogs. So, if included in your dog’s food, you can safely serve it to your furry friend.
Yes, dogs can have heart attacks. Our fluffy friends are susceptible to heart diseases that can cause death if not treated quickly and correctly. Many dog owners are unaware of the symptoms of a heart attack in their furry companions, which can lead to tragedy.
Yes, dogs can and should eat well-prepared pinto beans in appropriate amounts. This legume is non-toxic to dogs and supplies several nutrients, such as vitamin B and calcium. One advantage of feeding your dogs this lentil is improved digestive function.
Dogs cannot have vanilla extract because it is incredibly potent and may upset your dog’s stomach. Your pup could experience vomiting, diarrhea, or even go into a coma after ingesting a significant amount of vanilla extract. Your furry friend could also become lethargic and have trouble walking.
Yes, dogs can eat green olives only in moderation and without added seasonings. Green olives benefit dogs by boosting their immune systems, improving their skin and coat conditions, and preventing the loss of cognitive abilities as they age. Always avoid feeding pickled green olives to dogs due to their high salt content, resulting in sodium poisoning and other health complications.
Yes, dogs can eat scrambled eggs as treats or snacks but not as their main diet. Eggs contain protein, vitamins, calories, and fatty acids. Scrambled eggs are nutritious, and your dog will likely be delighted to have scrambled eggs for a snack. Scrambled eggs have a lot of health benefits for your canine companion.
No, veterinarians don’t recommend giving dogs Advil because of the risks involved. Advil contains ibuprofen, which dogs cannot digest properly. Hence, feeding Advil to a dog may cause stomach irritation or even lead to an ulcer. It may also lead to severe adverse reactions, such as diarrhea, vomiting, kidney problems, liver damage, and in extreme cases, death.