Yes. Blueberries are a good source of dietary fiber, antioxidants, and vitamin C, which boost your dog’s digestive, immune, and brain health.
Blueberries are higher in sugar than some other snacks, and you don’t want to give your dog too much dietary fiber, so start off with small servings of blueberries (2-3 per day) and make sure you don’t see any negative reactions. You can then increase to 2-3 frozen or fresh blueberries a few times a day as a snack, but back off if you notice any changes in your dog’s bowel movements.
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