Can Cavapoos Eat Oranges? Is It Safe For Them?

There’s no doubt that oranges are an healthy snack for us humans because it is known to be loaded in nutrients like vitamin C, but is it also safe for our furry friend?

While some dogs may not like the taste of orange, the good news is that it is safe and loaded with vitamin C, while also containing potassium and fiber at the same time.

Well, in this article we are going to talk about the benefits that comes with feeding your dogs oranges. Apart from that, we are going to explain some of the safe ways to prepare and serve oranges to your dog’s.

Can Cavapoos Eat Oranges?

Yes they definitely can because this delicious fruit isn’t known to be toxic for dogs. It’s best to keep in mind that these citrus fruits are perfectly safe and beneficial for your furry friend, when given in moderation. If somehow your cavapoo have accidentally eaten too much, it may lead to them having an upset stomach and developing digestive issues, as well as other health issues.

Are Oranges Dangerous to Cavapoos?

Can Cavapoos Eat Oranges

While all dog breeds can eat oranges safely without experiencing any health issues, they should only do so in moderation. You avoid giving oranges to dogs that’s suffering from diabetes, as well as dogs that’s considered to be overweight. Even though the natural sugar within oranges isn’t that bad, it can still lead to a spike in blood sugar in pups with diabetic and may even result in surplus calories when given in large amounts.

Not only that, but the natural sugar and the acidic nature of the fruit, can also cause your dog to have an upset stomach, so dogs that is prone of having gastrointestinal system should avoid eating oranges. If you are unsure whether your dog falls within this category, then the best thing you can do is feed them a small piece and watch to see how well they react.

Some pups may find it hard to swallow oranges if not done properly. When feeding your pup orange, make sure that the peels or seeds are removed, so that they can have a easier time in eating it.

How Many Oranges Can Cavapoos Eat?

We only recommend feeding your dog at least one or two orange segment which should be good enough your dog’s. The size of your dog tends to play a very important role with how well their body digests oranges. It is said that larger dogs are capable of tolerating bigger amounts compared to smaller dogs.

When feeding your dog treats make sure that it doesn’t make up more than 10% of your pet’s daily calories intake. However, it is said that the same amount of calories would compromise a higher proportion of a small pup’s dsily calorie intake when compared to a bigger dog.

It is safe for you to feed your pup oranges, but you should know that they are more prone to have gastrointestinal upset than adult dogs. This is why you should only give them a small amount with the seeds and peels properly removed, just to be on the safe side.

Can Cavapoos Drink Orange Juice?

While providing your dog with orange juice can be a way to avoid any form of choking hazard, we don’t think it would be wise to give your dog it to drink. Even if it’s a case where it is freshly made, it is a concentrated source of citric acid and natural sugar found in orange. As mentioned above, you should avoid giving your dog sugar because it can result in them having a variety of health issues and the fact that oranges are acidic it can to their teeth being damaged.

How Should I Serve Oranges to My Cavapoo?

The first thing you should do when feeding your cavapoo oranges is to ensure that the peels and seeds are properly removed. You should refrain from giving your dog the entire fruit, instead you’ll need to divide it into segments.

What you can do is freeze the orange segments and feed them to your cavapoo as a refreshing summer snack.

Stay away from orange juice as they are not safe for your dogs to drink. The reason being is because it is loaded with artificial sugars that can be bad for your dog’s overall health.

Alwayne Gray

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