Can Dogs Eat Apples?

A daily apple keeps the doctor away—but what about dogs? Luckily, your dog can only consume a handful of these sweet, crispy treats. Many dogs adore them!    

Apples can be good for dogs. Apples are a great way to get antioxidants, vitamin C, and vitamin A.

Are Apples Good for Dog

Even though your dog might enjoy apple crunchies, don't give them too many. Too many apples can give your dog stomachaches or diarrhea, so only give them a small amount at a time. 

How Many Apples Can Dogs Eat?

Wash and clean apples to remove bacteria and pests. Store-bought apples and other produce have been chemically treated, so rinse them well.   

How to Safely Prepare Apples for Dog

You can freeze apple slices in ice cube trays and give them to your dog on a hot summer day or after a long walk.

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