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Can dogs eat pineapple?

Yes, dogs can eat pineapple as a treat. Pineapple even can refrain dogs from eating their own poop.

Pineapple is the tropical fruit with juicy flesh. Pineapple is rich in fructose, dietary fiber, vitamin and mineral content, can boost dog’s immune system and help improve digestion. Pineapple also contains bromelain, an enzyme can decompose protein. Dogs cannot survive without protein in their diets, feeding pineapple in moderate can help your dogs enhance the digestive power.

In some cases, pooch always eats their own poop. It can be caused by weak digestive function, there are still undigested nutrients such as protein left in the poop, so dogs like to eat it. Pineapple can enhance digestive function and let dog stop eating poop. On the other hand, if the pineapple is digested, leave a taste that the dogs away from in the poop. Many vets recommend to feed the dog with a few pineapples or its juice.

You can occasionally feed a few slices of pineapple as the treat. Small amount of pineapples would be good for dogs, too much intake can cause diarrhea easily as pineapple is rich in sugar content. You can remove the skin of the pineapple and cut the pineapple into small pieces, to feed your dogs as training treats.

Dogs can eat pineapples but not too much. It’s good for dogs’ digestive system, help dogs kick the habit of eating their own poop.