Re: Are blueberries ok for dogs?
Blueberries are in Wellness dry food. I'd be more concerned about the fat in the pancake!
Morgan doesn't like blueberries, won't touch them if my kids drop them on the floor. Although she ate wellness for 6 years and there was an occasion where she helped Luther hide the evidence of a stolen blueberry pie!
Cranberries she likes.
From the wellness website:
Blueberries are rich in Vitamin A & C, Potassium, Fiber and various carotenoids which are valuable anti-oxidants. Fresh blueberries provide flavor, taste and color of fresh fruits.
We add cranberries to our cat food as an excellent source of Vitamin C and unique natural source of tannins (astringents found in plants) that prevents harmful bacteria from thriving in the urinary tract.
Cranberry Extract Powder
Cranberry extract powder is the dehydrated form of the cranberry plant and is an excellent source of vitamin C. Dried or dehydrated fruits are nutrient dense and allow us to use more than whole fruits, since they have significantly lower water content than whole/fresh fruits.
Cranberry fiber is the fibrous pulp that includes the flesh and skin of the cranberry. It is an excellent source of vitamin C and also and excellent stool softener. Cranberries have long been known to aid in urinary tract health and since in a majority of fruits, especially cranberries, the “goodness” is found directly in the skin and pulp. This is a truly unique fiber source."
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