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As dog owners, we often find ourselves wondering what foods are safe and healthy for our furry friends. Especially, when we eat something and see those big and kind eyes looking and begging us. So, when I eat kiwi, I am wondering if my dogs can eat this green and sweet fruit. Can dogs eat kiwi? Is it safe to…

Your husky shouldn’t eat pickles. Still, your dog will not get sick if he or she chews and eats a small pickle. Keep in mind that there is always a choking hazard if your dog wants to swallow whole pickles. Do not feed your husky pickles due to the high salt content, high acidity, spices, and preservatives that can cause…

Your husky can eat asparagus only if is cooked and cut into bite-size chunks. Still, even prepared as such, asparagus is a vegetable that is hard to digest and will not bring so many vitamins to your husky’s diet. Why did I ask myself if my husky can eat asparagus? Because you can see everywhere asparagus, and is used for…

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…

No, your husky can’t eat nutmeg. Nutmeg is a spice that our dogs shouldn’t ingest. Small amounts of nutmeg ingested by your dog can cause diarrhea, vomiting, and more gastrointestinal upsets. Large amounts of nutmeg ingested will seriously harm your dog. The results of ingesting a large amount of nutmeg will cause your dog to have high blood pressure, abdominal…

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…

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…