By Josie March 23rd, 2023
From the bright orange color to its sweet and tangy flavor, orange is the perfect snack – but is it safe for dogs?
In short. yes dogs can eat oranges - granted you've removed the peel and any seeds.
Vitamin C is essential for a healthy immune system, aiding in iron absorption and collagen production.
Oranges contain potent antioxidants that may help protect your dog from certain types of cancer.
Oranges are a great source of dietary fiber, essential for maintaining regular bowel movements and supporting digestion in dogs
As oranges are made up mostly of water, they have a high water content, making them great for keeping your dog hydrated during hot summer days
Eating too many citrus fruits can cause diarrhea, vomiting, and other digestive problems in dogs.
Oranges can increase the acidity in your dog’s stomach and cause discomfort.
The peel can become lodged in the throat or esophagus, resulting in choking or respiration issues.
Ensure they are chopped into smaller bits and that all seeds have been removed.
The acid content in oranges can wear away at tooth enamel over time if it is not adequately rinsed by saliva or water afterward.
Now you're on expert on how to share this juicy fruit with your doggos in a safe way!