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Can dogs eat raspberries?

Can dogs eat raspberries?Dogs can eat raspberries in moderation.

Raspberries are commercial fruit can be grown in most parts of the world.
Raspberries originally were a summer crop, but with the development of technology, you can eat them 12 months round.

Raspberries are health and safe food, they taste special, sweet and sour, dogs love them. Raspberries are a great source of dietary fiber and vitamins. Dietary fiber would benefit overweight dogs and improve dog’s digestive system. Besides that, raspberries contain the most powerful forms of antioxidants named ellagic acid and anthocyanins. They can protect against cancer and improve the immune system. More particularly, they can save dog’s sight and improve his coat.

How much raspberries to feed depends on dog’s size. For large-sized dogs, six to ten are ok; For smaller-breed dogs, three to six are enough. Don’t feed a dog with too many raspberries as it can cause an upset stomach or diarrhea.

In conclusion, dogs can eat most of the berries strawberries, blueberries, cranberries and raspberries, but they can just as treats.