Maybe. Dogs shouldn’t consume more than one tablespoon of honey per day. Some say that honey aids seasonal allergies and sore throats. Still, it should only be eaten in moderation. The sugars in honey can cause tooth decay, weight gain, and increased blood sugar that heightens your dog’s risk for disease. If your dog is young, ill, or has a weak immune system, you should not give them raw honey.
If your dog enjoys honey, you can offer it as an occasional treat. If they eat more than a tablespoon, watch for these symptoms of increased blood sugar:
- Loss of appetite
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