Can Dogs Eat Tums?

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Dogs can eat Tums though these should only be prescribed by veterinarians strictly as dietary supplements. Tums are primarily calcium carbonate and will not be required if your dog has been on a well balanced diet.
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It is safe for dogs to eat Tums, but they should not eat them on a regular basis. Tums are typically given to dogs by veterinarians to treat upset stomachs. ...
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