Can Dogs Eat Tomatoes?

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Dogs eat tomatoes due to their curious nature. However, their digestive, urinary and nervous system does not require nor react to the benefit of tomatoes as humans. They have a very negative effect on them. It is safe if they eat ripe tomatoes but not in large quantities.
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Tomato plants contain toxins that are considered unsafe for dogs. The ripe fruit is considered relatively safe by many vets because it has much less of the toxin than the green fruit, leaves and stems.
Check with your vet to determine what foods are the healthiest for your dog.
Most dogs can eat the fleshy ripe part of the tomato in small quantities but should never be feed the green parts, stems or leaves of the tomato plant. You can find more information here: http://dogs.thefuntimesguide.com/2006/02/homemade_dog_foods.php
No, dogs should not eat tomatoes. It's not advisable to feed your dog any fruits or vegetables. They get their nutrients to grow healthy in a good brand of dog food.
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