Can Cavapoos Eat Apples? Everything You Need to Know

You might be seeing your dog constantly staring at you while you’re eating your apple. The question is, can you share apple with your cavapoo or not?

Apples are very popular on the market and the reason for this is because it comes with a lot of nutrients and it’s known to be tasty. Though not all food that is healthy for us to eat is also healthy for our dogs. This is why you need to be sure about the potential benefits that comes with a food before feeding your dog.

Can Cavapoos Eat Apples?

Yes they absolutely can. There’s no doubt that cavapoo can eat apples but before feeding it to them there are somethings that you’ll need to know about first.

Let’s start by saying that these delicious fruits can be very beneficial to your dog’s overall health, but there are a few things that you should keep an eye out for such as the cores and seeds. Also, when feeding your dog you need to do so in moderation as this is a vital thing to do since feeding them too much may lead to gastrointestinal upset in your dog.

Once you take the time out to feed your dog’s apple the correct way, they are considered to be an healthy treat that can be quite refreshing and tasty. However, you should ask your veterinarian for advice before giving your dog’s human foods, including apples.

Are Apples Good For Cavapoo?

Can Cavapoos Eat Apples

Yes it is, especially due to the fact that apples are affordable and low in calories. Apart from that, these fruits are known to be on the tasty side and is said to be an amazing snack or treat for your cavapoo during training sessions as long as you feed your dog in moderation.

Not only that, but these fruits are known to be low in protein and high in fiber and because of this you can expect it to be good for digestive health and it considered to be great for dogs who have a restrictive diet.

We also love the fact that it’s a good source of vitamins A, C, and K, as well as calcium and phosphorus. It also plays a role in terms of fighting off cancer because of its antioxidants.

When Are Apples Bad For Cavapoos?

When you’re planning on feeding apples to your dog, the first thing you may want to do is remove the seeds and cores.

Base on studies done, the sees is said to contain a trace of cyanide which is known to be toxic. The good news is that it will take several amount of seeds to cause any kind of cyanide to occur. Even if it is a case where your dog swallows a few without your knowledge, it isn’t likely to cause any harm, which means your dog will be on the safe side. However, we don’t recommend making this mistake so it is always best to remove all seeds.

There are lots of people who also suggest that you remove the stem before giving your dog apples to eat, so it is best to do just that. As mentioned above, apples contain sugar, so it would be great if you feed them in moderation as too much sugar in dogs with medical conditions such as cancer and diabetes can be quite harmful. This is why you may want to consult your veterinarian just to be on the safe side.

How Much Apples Should Cavapoos Have?

If it’s your first time giving your cavapoo apple, then it would be best if you give them small slices and watch how they react to eating it. The fact that all dogs are different in their own way, not all dogs will enjoy eating apples.

Once you’ve feed your cavapoo’s in small pieces, we highly recommend that you monitor them to see if anything out of the norm happens. If everything is fine, then over time you can give them larger slices but avoid doing so regularly.


Aa you can see, there are actually several benefits that comes with your dog earing apples. So, not only is it safe for your dogs, but they are very beneficial thanks to the vitamins and minerals that it offers. However, make sure that the seeds and cores are properly removed before feeding your furry friend as this can be a bit toxic for them.

Alwayne Gray

Welcome to my blog! My name is Alwayne, I'm delighted to have you here. I'm a doodle lovers that is passionate about sharing my knowledge with new or experienced doodle parents. Doodle breeds are very well known to be intelligent, loving, hyper and very friendly

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