Can dogs eat blueberries?
Dogs can eat blueberries and do not pose a toxicity threat to your dog. Blueberries are a safe, healthy snack that provide a good source of fibre, antioxidants and vitamin C while being low in sugar. Try freezing the blueberries to change it up for your dog and create a new tasty treat or a frozen fruit salad with the dog-safe fruit melon.
Although blueberries are healthy for your dogs, they can be quite small and potentially a choking hazard. The only other potential issue of eating blueberries is that eating too many could cause an upset stomach.
Your vet will be able to advise you on how many blueberries you can feed your dog to make sure your dog’s health isn’t affected negatively. Some dogs may think that blueberries are bitter and don’t taste very nice so just keep an eye on your dog’s consumption. There are many other fruits such as bananas, watermelon and apples that are great for your dog that you could try if your dog doesn’t like blueberries.