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How much orange can I give my dog? When it comes to oranges, you should only give your dog a wedge or two in a single sitting and watch for any side effects. Small dogs shouldn’t eat more than one-third of an orange, while large breed dogs might be able to eat a whole orange, as long as you dole it out in smaller servings.
Can dogs have oranges peels? Orange peels are not toxic, but they can become lodged in your dog’s digestive tract, causing an obstruction and requiring surgery to correct. It’s best to keep oranges out of your dog’s reach for those reasons.
Can I give my dog a whole orange? Oranges can be a healthy snack for dogs, but serving large amounts of them can cause potential harm. Seedless navel oranges are preferable, but dogs can eat all kinds of oranges, including blood oranges, Bergamot oranges, clementines and more.
Why shouldnt dogs eat oranges? Oranges contain higher levels of sugar and fiber than your dog may be used to, so avoid feeding them large amounts. In general, whenever you introduce a new human food to your dog, support their digestive system with pumpkin powder and a pet probiotic to reduce the chances of GI upset.