Yes! Ginger is safe for your dog to eat in small doses. It contains many antioxidants that can support dogs with motion sickness, blood circulation, nausea, gastrointestinal problems, and bloat. Ginger is anti-inflammatory and also help dogs with arthritis.
Dogs can eat ginger:
- In small quantities. Do not give your dog more than 1 teaspoon of raw ginger. If your dog eats too much ginger, he may become gassy, nauseous, or experience heartburn.
- As an ingredient in homemade treats like our gingerbread cookies for dogs.
- Sprinkled on top of their dog food.
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The information provided in this article is not a substitute for professional veterinary help.