- Not a substitute for professional veterinary help.
Yes! Pumpkin is high in fibre and does wonders for the digestive system. It’s rich in fatty acids, which are good for the skin and fur. Pumpkin also contains beta-carotene, antioxidants, and tons of healthy minerals.
Be sure to serve tinned pumpkin (not raw, sweetened, or spiced). Add a tablespoon to your dog’s usual meal. You can freeze excess pumpkin in ice trays, then thaw and serve as needed.
For more ideas check out our article, Pumpkin Power for Dogs: How to Safely Treat Your Dog to This Seasonal Superfood.
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