DRY FRUITS THAT EVEN YOUR DOG CAN ENJOY!

Dry fruits are a great source of essential nutrients for your dog. They are high in fiber and contain vitamins and minerals that can help keep your dog healthy.

Not only are they packed with nutrients, but they're also low in calories and fat.

However, not all dry fruits are created equal. Some, like raisins and grapes, can be toxic to dogs. So, it's important to choose the right dry fruits for your dog and to feed them in moderation. Here are a few of our favorite dry fruits for dogs:


  1. Apricots: 
Apricots

 

  •  NUTRIENT CONTENT 
    • Apricots are a great source of fiber, vitamins A and C, and potassium. 
    • They're also low in sugar, making them a perfect healthy treat for dogs.
  • PROPER WAY OF SERVING 
    • If you are going to feed your dog apricots, you need to remove the seed. And remember to not let your dog overindulge. 


  1. Blueberries:
blueberries
  •  NUTRIENT CONTENT 
    •  Blueberries are packed with antioxidants and vitamins. They're also low in sugar and calories, making them a great healthy treat for dogs.
  •  PROPER WAY OF SERVING 
    • You can feed any form of blueberries to your dog, be it fresh, frozen, dried, or even in the form of a shake. It's all good! 


  1. Cranberries:
Cranberries     
    •  NUTRIENT CONTENT 
      • Cranberries are a great source of fiber, vitamins C and E, and antioxidants. 
      • They're also low in sugar and calories, making them a perfect healthy treat for dogs and will not cause them to gain weight. 
    •  PROPER WAY OF SERVING
      • Cranberries can be hard to digest for dogs if eaten raw. 
      • Try to make cranberry puree or cook them to make them soft. The portion of cranberries should also be very less. It should not be more than 1 milliliter per serving. 



    1. Dates:

      Dates

    •  NUTRIENT CONTENT
      • Dates are a great source of fiber, and potassium, and can further your dogs' strength. But remember to give them in moderation as they have a relatively high sugar content. 
    •  PROPER WAY OF SERVING
      • Chop dates up into tiny pieces before serving them to a dog. It'll make it easier for them to digest them. 


     

    1. Figs: 
    Figs
    •  NUTRIENT CONTENT
      • Figs are rich in dietary fibers and can boost your dogs' digestive system. They're also rich in natural sugar so make sure not to overfeed them to your little friend. 
    •  PROPER WAY OF SERVING 
      • Don't feed your dog more than 2 or 3 figs twice per week as it might be detrimental to their blood pressure. 


    When selecting dry fruits for your dog, look for ones that are low in sugar and fat and that are not treated with chemicals or pesticides. As always, be sure to consult with your veterinarian before feeding your dog any new foods. Your buddy deserves the best quality of food and Athey Nallatha specializes in the same. 

     

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