Raw pumpkin is low in calories and contains a lot of healthy nutrients for both humans and dogs. Vitamin A, alpha carotene, fiber, beta carotene, and tons of antioxidants can assist your furry friend's heart and cardiovascular system. Pumpkin may also alleviate diarrhea and constipation.
Forget slicing and removing seeds — these bite-sized morsels can go straight from the bush into your dog's mouth without any preparation. These fruits have nutrients that fight heart disease and cancer, while the fruit's tannins could help prevent urinary tract infections.
Watermelon hydrates your dog on a hot day due to its high water content. It's also the best source of lycopene — a powerful antioxidant — for your dog. This tasty fruit also provides vitamins A and C, as well as thiamin.
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You can rub your dog in mint leaves as a deodorizer, but Modern Dog recommends letting your dog eat some mint leaves for digestive relief. Mint leaves have been known to help treat nausea, digestive upset, and travel sickness.
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