- Not a substitute for professional veterinary help.
Yes. Peaches are a good source of vitamins A and C, potassium, magnesium, and dietary fibre, which is good for a dog’s digestive system.
Share peaches in moderation. Peaches are higher in sugar content than some treats. You also don’t want to give your dog too much fibre, as this can cause diarrhoea or an upset stomach. Be sure not to share the peach stone, as it does contain trace amounts of cyanide. And avoid tinned peaches, which contain preservatives and even more sugar than the natural fruit. But your dog will enjoy a few bits of sliced, fresh peach from time to time.
We offer a collection of articles on foods that are safe, dangerous or even toxic for dogs to eat, including vegetables, dairy, bread, and junk food. There is a wide variety of “human food” that is healthy for your dog to eat, while others are considered toxic and dangerous. Check out which fruits and veg are good for your dog and which spices and seasonings are ok to give to your furry little buddy. We’ve created these articles to ensure you’re informed on feeding your dog a wonderfully varied diet while learning the limitations of a dog’s sensitive digestive system