Maybe. In small amounts. Apples themselves are an affordable, low-calorie treat for dogs. If you’re feeding your dog a few slices of apple, the peel shouldn’t be a problem. But large amounts of apple can cause digestive upset. Be sure to throw out the apple core and seeds before serving, and share apples in moderate amounts.
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