Peanut Butter Is Good For Dogs, But Is It Bad Or Dogs?
Peanut butter is a good source of protein. One cup of peanut butter has almost one hundred calories. A small or medium-sized dog needs 300 to 600 calories per day.
It shouldn’t be a problem if peanut butter is given in small portions. Homemade and organic peanut butters are best because they don't contain any added ingredients. Some peanut butter products can be too sweet for dogs or may contain too much sugar. Jelly is made from grapes which are toxic for dogs. Chocolate contains methylxanthine compounds. These compounds are theobromine and caffeine. Peanut butter contains natural fats. It can also contribute to a nicer hair coat. Many anxious dogs will bite things to help calm down. Using hollow toys like the RuffWear Gnawt-A-Cone, you can put a small amount of peanut peanut butter inside. Peanuts are a safe and delicious treat for your dog. It is available in small quantities and devoid of additional ingredients that would pose a health risk. Many veterinary hospitals keep a stash of peanut Butter in their cupboard to give to scared or nervous dogs. . . .