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Benefits of Blueberries For Your Canine

Not all fruits are created equal.

Certain fruits and berries are tasty and even healthy for dogs. Others can cause a range of adverse reactions from an upset stomach to renal failure or worse. Knowing which foods your dog can and can’t have is essential for her wellbeing.


If you’ve ever wondered “Can dogs eat blueberries?” the answer is yes! Unlike some other fruits, blueberries pose no risk to your dog.  In fact, blueberries are a great low-calorie treat for dogs that contain antioxidants, fiber and vitamins C and K. These nutrients support the immune system and contribute to overall health. Adding blueberries to your dog’s diet is a great way to help keep him happy and healthy.

If you’ve ever wondered “Can dogs eat blueberries?” the answer is yes. Unlike grapes, this berry poses no risk to your pup. Below we’ll explore what makes blueberries such a great treat and the best way to incorporate them into your dog’s diet.


The National Center for Biotechnology Information has reported that studies have shown that blueberries can slow down the aging process of your beloved pet by repairing DNS damage and modifying genes associated with aging.  This in turn produces a significantly longer life span.

They have also reported that pterostilbene and anthocyanins that are found in blueberries reduce the risk of cells becoming cancerous.  At the same time, polyphenols, which are also found in blueberries, aid in the prevention of cognitive decline as your dog grows older.


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