Use this tutorial to DIY your dog a pineapple costume for Halloween.
Ok, I’m back. The dogs loved the pineapple (they eat cat litter…..so…..). What exactly does pineapple do for dogs?
Generally, dogs are not allergic to pineapple but there may always be exceptions. It’s not a commonly allergenic food and pineapple is not known to contain measurable amounts of oxalates. Additionally, pineapples are not the 12 high risk foods that contain pesticide residues. Moreover, this fruit is frequently used as a fruit in allergy avoidance diets for these particular reasons. Also, because it contains bromelain which helps with digestion.
As with all human foods, you should only give your doggo this sweet treat in small doses. When shared in moderation, pineapple has many benefits for dogs, but if you let them overindulge, it can cause digestive problems. Since pineapple has high sugar and fiber content, stick to one to two small pieces once every few days. If your dog reacts well to that dose, you can give them a small piece every day.
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So logically, pineapple seems like it might do the trick for some dogs–I just can’t seem to find any. On the other hand, I have heard of many people that have solved a coprophagia problem with meat tenderizer. I suspect this may be because the bromelain in meat tenderizer is highly concentrated and therefore more effective. If you have used pineapple successfully, I would love to hear from you. Is pineapple good for dogs? Yes, but only in moderation. A pineapple treat might actually be quite beneficial to your beloved pet. With all the health benefits jammed packed in it, you could even say that pineapple is the new doggy superfood!Pet parents are often looking for suitable foods to treat their dogs, providing a break from the mundane dry kibble in their food bowl. Giving a dog a special snack can reward good behavior and strengthen the bond shared between pet and parent. Unfortunately, not all ‘people’ food is suitable for K-9 consumption. Certain fruits, such as mango, coconuts, papaya, and grapefruit can be good options and are generally safe for dogs in small quantities. Pineapple can be an especially good option for dogs, offering both an interesting treat with added health benefits.But, strong emphasis on the “only in moderation”. Too much pineapple can cause discomfort and even possibly diarrhea. First check how your dog reacts to pineapple by giving it one or two fresh pieces. Monitor your dog for a day and then you can determine if it’s a suitable addition to your dog’s diet or not.