Can Dogs Eat Nuts?


Dogs should not eat nuts since they may have toxic substances that can cause poisoning, gastrointestinal tract obstructions and stomach upsets. Some dangerous nuts include almonds, hickory nuts, black walnuts and Japanese walnuts. Some safe food for dogs includes berries, melons and peanut butter.
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3 Additional Answers Answer for: can dogs eat nuts
Most nuts are safe for dogs to eat in moderation, with the exception of Macadamia nuts, which are toxic to dogs.
Check with your vet to determine what foods are the healthiest for your dog.
Most nuts should be avoided when regarding your pet. Mainly the macadamia nut, since they contain high phosporus which may lead to bladder stones in your animal.
No, dogs should not be given peanuts. Peanuts can be toxic to your pet and it is hard for a dogs stomach to digest nuts fully. It is recommended never to give your pet human foods.
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