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22-05-2009, 01:10 PM   #1

Can dogs eat strawberries?


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22-05-2009, 04:23 PM   #2

Re: Can dogs eat strawberries?


Mine love strawberries, Bertie used to jump on a ledge to get to a strawberry plant and he tried to climb the wall to get ones in a hanging basket.
They also love blackberries and pick them off the bushes themselves.



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22-05-2009, 04:34 PM   #3

Re: Can dogs eat strawberries?


For those who might be interested, I just found this, and these are all SAFE for dogs.

carrots
- green beans
- peas (I prefer to give them still in the pod)
- lettuce
- strawberries
- blueberries
- apples (fruit only; the seeds contain toxins)
- kiwi
- blackberries
- raspberries
- bananas
- peanut butter (great for kong stuffing)
- plain no-fat yogurt (great for kong stuffing)
- canned pumpkin
- raw meat and giblets

That's interesting about the apples, that you mustn't give the pips, didn't know that!



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22-05-2009, 04:42 PM   #4

Re: Can dogs eat strawberries?


LOLOLOLOL

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That's interesting about the apples, that you mustn't give the pips, didn't know that!
I very much doubt that any dog or human could eat enough apple pips to affect them.



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22-05-2009, 04:47 PM   #5

Re: Can dogs eat strawberries?


Lol, I see that now, but with respect they did put it in brackets next to the apples didn't they, so it wasn't me......

Anyways, today I discovered that my new puppy loves cabbage (I might be regretting that later!) whereas Georgie spat his out!!!



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22-05-2009, 05:50 PM   #6

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Originally Posted by JoedeeUK
LOLOLOLOL



I very much doubt that any dog or human could eat enough apple pips to affect them.
A long time ago, I used to let my dog eat my apple cores. I quit when I discovered he quit having a loose bowel movement if he didn't get his apple core.

Adding this and that can often cause diarrhea. A dog eating a commercial dog food doesn't need this and that.



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22-05-2009, 05:53 PM   #7

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Ollie loves strawberries and they are perfectly safe.



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22-05-2009, 07:56 PM   #8

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A long time ago, I used to let my dog eat my apple cores. I quit when I discovered he quit having a loose bowel movement if he didn't get his apple core.

Adding this and that can often cause diarrhea. A dog eating a commercial dog food doesn't need this and that.
My dogs help themselves in the summer/autumn to soft fruit & plums, tomatoes. As long as the dog doesn't have a reaction to eating them my dogs have the same food I do(I'm a vegan)as well as their own



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22-05-2009, 08:00 PM   #9

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Lol, I see that now, but with respect they did put it in brackets next to the apples didn't they, so it wasn't me......

Anyways, today I discovered that my new puppy loves cabbage (I might be regretting that later!) whereas Georgie spat his out!!!
I suspect she likes cabbage because Mummy gave it to her
Hubby always says Mo will eat anything I give her or that she sees me eating



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22-05-2009, 08:07 PM   #10

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I suspect she likes cabbage because Mummy gave it to her
Hubby always says Mo will eat anything I give her or that she sees me eating
Probably! She likes to have something off my plate when I get to the kitchen, seeing as how she's laid there ever so good whilst I've eaten it, and all that was left today was a bit of cabbage, so that's all she got! Funny that Georgie took it, and spat it back out on the floor though!!!



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