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How many blackberries can I give my dog? Generally, two blackberries a day would be plenty for a small dog, a medium dog could have four or five a day, and a large dog could have six to eight. Bear in mind that some dogs will be more sensitive than others, and too many blackberries could cause an upset tummy and result in vomiting and/or diarrhea.
Which berries are poisonous to dogs?
- Mistletoe berries.
- Holly berries.
- Juniper berries.
- Dogwood berries.
Can dogs have raspberries and blackberries? (But don’t worry if you mix them up – both raspberries and blackberries are healthy for dogs.) Hybrid versions of the blackberry are also safe for your dog to eat. The most common hybrid is the loganberry.
Are there any berries dogs can’t eat? Stay away from cherries, holly berries, juniper berries, baneberries, poke berries, and mistletoe berries. These contain pits and/or chemicals that can be health hazards for your dog. And remember to feed your dogs limited quantities because too much can be bad news!