Can Dogs Eat Honey?

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Dogs can eat honey, although in moderation. Too much honey can have short-term effects like diarrhoea or long-term effects like obesity. Puppies however, should not be fed honey.
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2 Additional Answers
Dog's can eat honey. You can give them some but not to much because it can make them sick. If you give them alot of any kind of human food, it can make them sick.
Yes dogs can eat honey. It is important to remember that dogs process sugar differently than we do and should only be given honey in small quantities. You can find more information here: http://www.peteducation.com/article.cfm?c=2+1659&aid=1030
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