Maybe. Citrus fruits like clementines, oranges, and tangerines aren’t toxic to dogs, but the canine digestive system isn’t designed to process fruits. A small citrus fruit like a clementine, without its peel, shouldn’t cause a problem. But keep in mind: clementines are high in sugar, so share them sparingly, and make sure to reevaluate if you notice any negative reactions.
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