Can dogs eat Peaches?

can dogs eat peachesYes

Overview

dog-food-safety-information

The fleshy part of the peaches is safe for dogs. However, peach stones should never be fed to canines. Apart from being choking hazards, peach stones contain a sugar-cyanide compound called amygdalin that is toxic to dogs.

Benefits

health-benefits
  • Peaches are rich in vitamin A, vitamin E, niacin, and minerals, such as potassium, copper, manganese, and phosphorus.
  • Peaches have high fiber content, which aids in healthy digestion.
  • The fruit is a good source of antioxidants that help boost the dog's immune system and protect against diseases.

Risks

health-risks
  • Excessive consumption can cause diarrhea and an upset stomach.
  • The stone is a choking hazard and can cause intestinal obstruction if swallowed.
health-risks-dog

Servings

serving-suggestions
  • Peaches should be given ripe and fresh.
  • Wash the fruit, remove the stone, and cut the fruit into bite-sized pieces.
  • Serve in moderation.

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