Are Apricots Good For Dogs?

Dogs do not need fruits in their diet. Fruit is high in sugar, carbohydrates and calories. Apricots are higher than other fruit in sugars, carbohydrates and calories.

  • Vegetables are much better for dogs than fruit because they provide fiber to help with digestion, plus it’s lower in carbs and sugar. I recommend using them raw but blanching works too. Below are good vegetables for dogs to try: broccoli, collard greens, pumpkin (fresh or canned), parsley (fresh), green beans (fresh) sweet potatoes (boiled). Keep the quantity small though! Just one serving about the size of your thumb per day is fine.” …

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