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6 Best Fruits To Share With Your Dog This Summer

With summers raging down heat, it is imperative to make sure that our pet dogs get enough nutrients and water to stay hydrated and healthy. Here are 6 best fruits to share with your dog during this summer season.

1. Cantaloupe

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It is an excellent source of potassium, vitamin C, antioxidants and is also rich in fiber content.



2. Watermelon

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Keeping your dog hydrated is important during the summer season. Watermelon contains enough water content along with vitamin A, vitamin C, magnesium and potassium. Dogs love the sweet taste as well!

3. Blue Berries

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Blue berries are one of the great summer fruits for your dog. It contains vitamins, omega-3 fats, antioxidants and also quite rich in fiber. They are very healthy for your pet dog!

4. Banana

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Dogs love bananas! In fact, who doesn’t? It contains essential carbohydrates and potassium that your pooch needs!




5. Mangoes

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The king of summer fruits! Just remove the pit before feeding them mangoes. It contains fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C and vitamin B6. All are essential to keep your pooch healthy during the summers!

6. Apples

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Lastly, we would like to add another fruit as it is widely available during summers now as well and i.e., Apples! Dogs love apples and it is a great fruit to share with your dog. It is a great source of potassium and fiber. Don’t forget to remove the core and seeds before feeding them. Those seeds are toxic for them!

Let us know which fruit your dog likes the most in the comments below!

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