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Everything related to the Siberian Husky Diet. All you need to know about your Husky puppy’s food needs. Can they eat veggies, can you give them some fruits as treats and why should you maintain a balanced diet for your dog? Find out in the articles below!

Huskies can eat mint. To be more precise, huskies can eat one or two fresh peppermint leaves, wild mint leaves, or spearmint leaves. I want to mention what types of mint you should avoid feeding your husky. Do not give any English Pennyroyal (Mentha pulegium) mint to your husky because this type of mint is toxic to dogs. English Pennyroyal…

Your husky can eat applesauce if it doesn’t contain added sugar, xylitol, or any other bad ingredients for dogs. The safest applesauce for your husky is the one you’re making yourself. The canned store-bought applesauce can contain added ascorbic acid, other preservatives, lots of sugars, colorants, or aromas. When you’re looking for an applesauce that you can share with your…

Your healthy adult husky can eat ginger from time to time only in small amounts. Ginger is safe for your healthy husky as long as you feed him only a half teaspoon of fresh raw ginger. You can use ginger when you’re making homemade treats for your dog, put a bit of fresh ginger or a small amount of ginger…

It’s a hot summer and you’re enjoying ice cream but you feel two eyes staring at you. It’s your husky begging with puppy eyes for a taste, for just a little bit. You may start to wonder if your husky can eat ice cream. Read the ice cream label and look at the ingredients before you give some to your…

Your husky can eat Brussels sprouts in moderation. You should wash the Brussels sprouts and remove the hard nubby end before you cook them for your huskies. Make sure to remove the hard part and cut the Brussels sprouts in half before serving them to your dogs. We want to remove any choking hazards and the possibility to obstruct the…

Autumn is here, and so is the pumpkin. During the pumpkin season, you can enjoy many delicious foods made with pumpkin. Fall is all about pumpkin… from foods, desserts, and even drinks. And you, like many other dog lovers, enjoy sharing your experiences with your dog. And that goes for food too. So, do you wonder if your husky can…

Your husky shouldn’t eat plums because the plum’s pit contains amygdalin which breaks down into cyanide when ingested or chewed. Cyanide is poisonous and even lethal for dogs. I wrote more about cyanide in the article about how dogs can eat apples. Besides the fact that the plum’s pit contains cyanide, there is also the risk of your dog swallowing…

Your husky can eat some sesame seeds, but they are not a necessary addition to your dog’s diet. Why did I choose to write about sesame seeds for dogs? The first reason is that you can find so many treats for dogs in stores nowadays, and some have seeds such as sesame seeds or flaxseed. Another reason is that many…

No, huskies can’t eat grapes, and they should never eat grapes. Grapes or raisins are bad for your dog. While other fruits and vegetables are good for your husky, grapes can cause kidney failure (acute kidney injury- AKI) in canines. Grapes are so toxic because they contain a toxic substance. Unfortunately, researchers investigated and are still investigating why grapes are…

Your husky shouldn’t eat mustard. Mustard has mustard seeds and mustard seeds are toxic for dogs. The components called glucosinolates found in mustard seeds can harm your dog. Other plants that contain glucosinolates are horseradish, rapeseed, and cabbage. Your husky, and any dog in this world, will most likely not enjoy the taste of the mustard. A dog can be…