Yes, generally speaking. But in limited amounts. Citrus fruits generally contain vitamin C, potassium, beta-carotene, and other nutrients. But they are rather acidic and high in sugar content, two characteristics that don’t belong in a healthy canine diet. It’s okay to share a small amount of citrus fruit with your dog periodically, but we discourage sharing citrus fruit regularly or in large amounts.
Healthy Citrus Fruits
Less-Safe or Unsafe Citrus Fruits
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