Is Cheese Bad for Dogs?

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It is not recommended to give dogs any type of cheese as a treat. Dogs do not have the lactase enzyme that is necessary to break down the lactose that is found in all dairy products. If a dog happens to eat cheese, it can cause digestion problems and may give the animal an upset stomach.
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Cheese is safe for dogs to eat in moderation, but some dogs may be lactose intolerant, and large amounts of dairy products may upset their stomachs.
Check with your vet to determine what foods are the healthiest for your dog.
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