Can Dogs Eat Watermelon?

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Dogs can eat watermelon so long as the seeds are removed first. They can also eat bananas, vegetables and even chicken so long as these foods do not contain toxins.
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The seeds will be digested.
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1. Carve it. Carving isn't just for Halloween pumpkin; you can also put your skills to work on a watermelon. Make a basket to hold a fruit salad. The National Watermelon Promotion
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1. Cut the watermelon in two. different halves. Ad. 2. If you want to get messy, you can. eat it straight out of the half. with a spoon. 3. If not, then cut one of the halves in to
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Well, she probably likes it for the same reasons that you do. Watermelon is sweet, tasty, juicy, and refreshing, plus, it is good for you. Also, for some reason, dogs seem to want
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Watermelon is safe for dogs to eat in moderation.
Check with your vet to determine what foods are the healthiest for your dog.
Yes dogs can eat watermelon. You should probably stick to the seedless kind just because the seeds don't digest well. Also you don't want to feed to much of human food because it could upset their stomach. You can find more information here: http://www. dogage. com/care/facts. aspx/FF/40
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