Can Dogs Eat Oranges?
Is it safe for your dog to eat Oranges? Read more to find out.
Dogs can eat oranges safely. Dogs are omnivores, and most fruits (except grapes) are safe for them to consume in moderation. Oranges are a good source for vitamin C, vitamin B12, and other vitamins. The high citric acidity of oranges, however, may cause dogs diarrhea especially if fed in large amounts. Also be careful that your dog doesn’t eat the seeds.
What do other dog owners have to say about whether their dogs can eat Oranges or not? See comments below.
53 Comments on Can Dogs Eat Oranges
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March 1st, 2018 at 9:47 am
my pochies eat orange on a regular basis and dont even get runs. ive noticed that by the treat in small amounts on a daily basis has stopped a build up of sleep in the eyes, which is a good thing and are very healthy dogs who have regular checks and have no ailments. they do eat a very varied diet.
September 8th, 2018 at 9:12 pm
Barbara, you’re actually wrong. Dogs are omnivores, it’s just that dogs can only eat in certain amounts. Also, my 2 yr. old schnauzer Gidget eats grass to help with digestion. Dogs eating grass? I think that means that they’re omnivores!
January 24th, 2019 at 10:58 am
My Pug Jack loves oranges, so far he hasn’t shown any signs of any problems. Only gave him a very small amount. He also loves banana’s , I share my breakfast one with him every morning 🙂