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Blueberries?

Question... Anybody ever had a bad experience feeding their dog blueberries as snacks/treats? It is blueberry season here and McCoy (10 months) has decided this is his favorite treat. He usually gets 15 - 25 a day, randomly though out the day. One at a time.

So far so good. Just wondering...... I remember years ago when folks fed their pups grapes as treats and then that became a no no.

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All websites i saw said berries are good for dogs (blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, blackberries....) just not grapes or raisins (which aren't berries. of course.)

But I've never tried them on my dogs, who generally appear to be obligate carnivores, at least when it comes to vegetables and fruit.
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Gretchen will eat ANYTHING! She loves fruit! Veggies!... she even likes watermelon! I think her favorite is spinach though! I don't let her have a ton but a little here and there. I always make sure it's dog approved.
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I've also heard nothing but good things about them. My boy likes them o.k. and I give them to him as treats now and then, but his absolute favorites (for berries) are red raspberries and strawberries, which he gets quite often as special treats! I do also give him small crunchy biscuits which have blueberries in them!

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I've also heard nothing but good things about them. My boy likes them o.k. and I give them to him as treats now and then, but his absolute favorites (for berries) are red raspberries and strawberries, which he gets quite often as special treats! I do also give him small crunchy biscuits which have blueberries in them!
Nutro Mixed Berry Crunchy Treats? LOL... A fav in this household! Maybe that's why McCoy likes blueberries so much

@ G_R.. Watermelon.... OMG. Trying to wean the dogs off watermelon! Makes such sticky mess when they don't get it right the first time.
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My dogs, also, love fruits and vegetables. Giving a whole unpeeled carrot is the best treat according to the way they act. In fact, trying to keep my carrots in the garden just a bit longer is a losing battle. They pull them out and eat all of it including the tops.
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Nutro Mixed Berry Crunchy Treats? LOL... A fav in this household! Maybe that's why McCoy likes blueberries so much
Yep those are it!!! Max loves them too. They smell so good I want to try them myself but haven't yet!!!

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A decade ago, we went to a blueberry farm and bought a 6 quart box.
Put them on the car floor, behind the passenger seat and headed home.
30 seconds later, former Amy's mouth was into the self serve blueberries...a blue noser, we called her.
She simply loved them, and Dad had to tell her she had to save the berries, for homemade pies...LOL...she didn't understand though.
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Blue berries are a good thing.

Tank likes his frozen

She just likes them....


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I've got a friend who has Dobes and a sizable garden including raspberries, blueberries, loganberries and her dogs over the years have taught all of my dogs how to tell if a berry is ripe and how to pick them one at a time--blueberries are a big favorite.

The vets in the clinic where I work are in agreement that none of the berry family is dangerous--the possible exception would be too many at one time might get you a brief case of diarrhea.
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I had a red girl named Blueberry, she loved them. All of my dogs like "approved" fruit and veggies.
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I've got a friend who has Dobes and a sizable garden including raspberries, blueberries, loganberries and her dogs over the years have taught all of my dogs how to tell if a berry is ripe and how to pick them one at a time--blueberries are a big favorite.

The vets in the clinic where I work are in agreement that none of the berry family is dangerous--the possible exception would be too many at one time might get you a brief case of diarrhea.
Xena and Ringo will both eat the blueberries off of our tree (too big to be called a bush!!)
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Baron loves blueberries. In fact, he likes most any kind of fruit. Of course, do not give him grapes or rasins.
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All my dogs loved their fruits and vegetables. In fact if I eat a peach I better have one for me and one for them otherwise I don't get to eat mine.
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My b/f just bought a green pepper plant with a green pepper on it. I didn't think to tell him to fence it off from G. Pepper gone, plant in critical condition.
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My dogs have always enjoyed picking and eating wild berries!

Salmon berry, salal berry, huckleberry, etc.

For the last 3 weeks we have been feeding off a wild blueberry patch, yummy!
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My b/f just bought a green pepper plant with a green pepper on it. I didn't think to tell him to fence it off from G. Pepper gone, plant in critical condition.
Ha!!! That reminds me of a few years ago when I went to my parents' house (with the dogs as always) and my dad took me out back to show me the beautiful blooms on his new prized hibiscus plants he had been nurturing. Rex and Raven had already gone through the doggie door about fifteen minutes earlier. I didn't get to see any blooms. The dogs could run faster than Grandpa so everybody survived!

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In fact if I eat a peach I better have one for me and one for them otherwise I don't get to eat mine.
Just wanted to point out for general information that peach stones (pits) contain cyanide as do the stones from cherries, plums & apple pips (seeds).

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Mine absolutely love blueberries. But moderation is the key, maybe 5-8 pieces. Last time mum spoils Mika for a whole box(small box) and she end up vomiting bile the next morning, probably due to too much acid in tummy. So now we just give her around 5 each time we have any blueberries.

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Blueberries are fine. They are very healthy and very hi in antioxidants and help neutralize free radicals. We use Organic Blueberries. You can put them in food or make home made treats.
Grapes are a no no. Its what is contained in the skin that is very bad for the dogs which can cause Kidney failure.
But people do give Grape Seed Extract (which is made from the seeds only) for health benefits.
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Eddie LOVES frozen blueberries, really he loves anything frozen, green beans, peas, ice cubes, carrots... just not a huge fan of any of it fresh for some reason. I started giving the frozen green beans because my vet said it is a healthy low fat way to make dogs feels fuller, not sure if it really made much of a difference for Eddie since he is always hungry (can't say that word in this house anymore!) but he sure loves them.
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Eddie LOVES frozen blueberries, really he loves anything frozen, green beans, peas, ice cubes, carrots... just not a huge fan of any of it fresh for some reason. I started giving the frozen green beans because my vet said it is a healthy low fat way to make dogs feels fuller, not sure if it really made much of a difference for Eddie since he is always hungry (can't say that word in this house anymore!) but he sure loves them.
Yeah.. McCoy is a nut about frozen peas. I put a small handful in his morning food and 5 minutes after he has "emptied" his bowl he is still trying to get at the last pea or 2. So funny.

We used to feed our dogs ice cubes. They loved it. But then it was suggested to us, that just as in people, it was probably hard on their teeth.

Frozen watermelon squares... Strictly an outdoor treat.
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Yeah.. McCoy is a nut about frozen peas. I put a small handful in his morning food and 5 minutes after he has "emptied" his bowl he is still trying to get at the last pea or 2. So funny.

We used to feed our dogs ice cubes. They loved it. But then it was suggested to us, that just as in people, it was probably hard on their teeth.

Frozen watermelon squares... Strictly an outdoor treat.

I used your frozen pea trick with my Hilde last night. She's been fairly uninterested in food lately, but she gobbled the food with the frozen peas. She was even making the piggy scarfing sound. So funny.

Now I need to try the frozen watermelon. She might die of joy.
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