Maybe. Blueberries themselves are a good source of dietary fiber, antioxidants, and vitamin C, which boost your dog’s digestive, immune, and brain health. Dried blueberries, however, have higher sugar content, and some brands you’ll find may even contain corn syrup, which you definitely don’t want to share with your dog. If your dog has eaten dried blueberries, he’s probably fine. He may experience stomach upset if he’s eaten too many, but this should pass. The bottom line: your dog will get greater health benefits from fresh or frozen blueberries. (Click on the link below to learn more!)
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