Vitamins A and C, dietary fibre, calcium, phosphorus, and antioxidants are all abundant in apples. Apples are a safer (and non-toxic) method to sate your pet's sweet desire.
Apples are a particularly fantastic reward for dogs whose weight control or their health need them to reduce their protein intake.
Apples' fibre content may be good for your digestive system. The antioxidants in apples can improve your pet's overall health and possibly offer further illness protection, much like they do in humans.
Just make sure that the core, stem, and seeds are completely removed before you begin slicing apples for your pet.
Apples and other dog treats should also make up no more than 10% of your dog's daily calorie consumption, regardless of how nutritious they are.
There are several ways to include this fiber-rich fruit in your dog's diet if he or she loves apples (just be sure, as with all treats, to feed them in moderation and adjust their normal food intake accordingly).
A small amount of homemade applesauce without sugar mixed with their food is a favourite treat for many apple-loving dogs. Consider drizzling peanut butter on their apple slices, or try filling their favourite Kong toys with apple bits.
Using apples together with other nutrient-dense, canine-friendly items like pumpkin and peanut butter, you can even create your own homemade dog treats.