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Peanut Butter by Doggie Dabbas
- Peanut Butter is a wonderful addition to your doggie’s diet.
- Peanuts are a great source of heart healthy fats, protein, Vitamin B, Niacin & Vitamin A.
- Serve as a snack and let your dog lick it off the spoon or stuff into a dog toy for some interactive fun!
- Drizzle on fruits for fussy eaters or use to bake your own biscuits.
What Peanut Butter is Best for Dogs?
Any peanut butter without xylitol or chocolate should be fine for your dog. It is a good source of protein and healthy fat for your dog. Numerous peanut butter found on the shelves have good qualities, but probably contains preservatives and extra sugar that aren’t great. When given in moderation, some peanut butters are healthier than others.
What will give you an upper edge is reading the labels and ingredients list carefully. Xylitol is an all-natural sweetener and often gets past your eyes because of that. If this makes you suspicious of all the peanut butter available in the market you can always make some yourself at home. All you need is a decent blender and some good-quality peanuts.
How Much Peanut Butter is OK for Dogs?
Small amounts of peanut butter that don’t contain xylitol are all right for your dog’s consumption. Excessive amounts may end up giving your dog a serious case of pancreatitis or can be the reason for their obesity. Be careful while feeding them peanut butter or any other treat for that matter. Anything in excess is harmful to their body. Remember a thumb rule that treats should only account for 10% of your dog’s daily calories.
Can Dogs Be Allergic to Peanuts?
Some humans have an allergic reaction to peanuts, DOGS Don’t! There hasn’t been any documented case of dogs getting allergies or anaphylactic reactions to peanuts or any other nuts or seeds for that matter. But, it is a possibility. So start with small amounts to check how they react and keep an eye on their movements or happenings.
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