Maybe. It depends on the berry. On the whole, berries that are safe for dogs can provide dietary fiber, antioxidants, and multiple vitamins. But berries are rather high in natural sugar content, which dogs should generally avoid.
In other words, the berries on the “safe” list below are fine to share with your dog occasionally and in small servings (maybe 3-4 berries once per week).
Berries That Are Safe for Dogs
Berries and Berry-Like Fruits That Are Unsafe for Dogs
- Bing cherries
- Dried cherries
- Dried cranberries
- Green grapes
- Red grapes
- Seedless grapes
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The information provided in this article is not a substitute for professional veterinary help.