Papaya is cool. A little after a meal helps dogs who have digestive issues. But things like onions no, the sweetener xylitol is a big no! And of course anything with caffiene in it (like chocolate). I keep some capsules of activated charcoal in my first aid kit in case my dog eats something he shouldn't. Charcoal blocks the absorbion of toxins. It will buy time while you contact your vet.
for those people they really want to know what kind of fruits to feed your dog papaya watermelon banana.you can feed these kind of fruit but don't overdo It.also I like to buy some time chicken breast or chicken breast in the Bone I boil it without any sald or oil .First I bring it to boil n then after I cook it n low for Almost 45 to n hour for the meat to became tender n juice I put it in a container seal in keep it in the refrigerator for the whole week of course depending how many dogs do you have only 1 Or 2 pieces maximum 3 a daOr a given is it treats for my dog the are very healthy and safe.
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