Dogs Eating Watermelons Are A Huge Trend These Days, But Is It Really Safe For Dogs?

Different videos featuring our favorite pet are always a big hit in the online world. And one of the hottest videos being liked, viewed and shared nowadays are dogs eating watermelons.

Many are feeding dogs with watermelons using their hands, straight from the rind, through forks and even chopsticks. The owners are sure having fun while the dogs in the videos are sure having an awesome treat. But are watermelons safe for dogs to consume?

Yes, even dog’s can’t get enough of this yummy, sticky and sweet tasting fruit. If you love eating watermelons, then chances are, your dog would want some too!

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However, not all dogs are the same. Just like us, there will be dogs who wouldn’t want watermelons as much as others do, and that’s okay! ┬áThere are other fruits you can feed your dog this summer like apples, melons, blueberries, bananas, strawberries, raspberries, peaches, and oranges.

But before you feed your furry friend watermelons, there some points you need to know. Check out the list of facts every dog owner needs to know about watermelons.

Fact #1 Watermelons are high in water content

This fruit helps rehydrate your dog, cool them down while the season is hot and makes as a nice snack. Because of these, they make the perfect summer treat that dogs and their owners can enjoy especially in the summer.

Fact # 2 Watermelons are low in calorie

Did you know that one cup of watermelon only has about 50 calories?

Fact # 3 Watermelons are rich in Vitamins A, B3, C, Potassium, and Lycopene

According to the Watermelon Promotion Board, Vitamins A, B3, C, Potassium, and Lycopene are just some of the many vitamins found in watermelons. These vitamins are antioxidants, promotes healthy vision, aids in muscle function, helps regulate blood pressure and more.

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