Many people enjoy fresh, cold fruits to cool off as we move into the summer heat. Citrus is a refreshing, sweet and delicious way to stay energized and hydrated. But can dogs enjoy this tasty treat?
The Dog Bakery is committed to making sure that every dog can enjoy the best of all world flavors. We constantly review foods to make sure they are dog-safe. Mangosavocados is just one example. We’re now going to take a bite of tangerines.
Can Dogs Eat Tangerines?
Let’s begin with the big question…
Yes! Yes, dogs can eat tangerines.
Let’s get to the point.
Are re Tangerines Healthy For Dogs?
Yes! Yes! They are a great source of:
FiberVitamin AVitamin C
Tangerines can also be high in sugar. Like most fruits, tangerines should be enjoyed in moderation.
Can Dogs Eat Clementines
Yes! Yes! Clementines can be fed to your dog as they are part of the same family with oranges.
Can Dogs Eat Mandarin Oranges?
Yes! Mandarin oranges can be safely fed to your dog.
Can Dogs Eat Satsuma?
Yes! Yes! A satsuma can be eaten by dogs as it is another mandarin orange.
Can dogs eat oranges or tangerines?
Yes! Dogs can eat both oranges and tangerines. Oranges are safe for dogs if you remove the seeds and peel them completely before giving them to your pet.
Can Dogs Eat Tangerine Peels?
No. No. You should remove any peels from citrus fruits you give to your dogs to ensure safe and enjoyable treatment.
What is the maximum number of Tangerines a dog can eat?
Your dog should not be given more than a handful of oranges or Tangerines at a time. These fruits are high in sugar so they shouldn’t be given to your dog. Your dog will still enjoy a few slices of fresh oranges or tangerines every now and again.
Is it OK to Allow Your Dog to Eat Oranges?
Yes! Oranges are safe treats for dogs.
How should I serve oranges and tangerines to my dog?
There are many ways to provide fun citrusy treats for your dog!
It is best to choose seedless varieties such as “Cuties” and “Clementines”, and then peel them. However, you can also use seeded varieties. You will need to remove the seeds from your dog’s food before giving it to him.
These amazing orange and tangerine treats are great for dogs!
You can make delicious frozen treats for your dog with just a few ingredients and a freezer. These frozen treats are small enough to keep your dog cool in the summer and easy enough to make for you!
These ingredients are needed to make Citrus Pupsicles:
1/2 cup plain low-fat yogurt, 1 whole orange or Tangerine.
This massive (wink wink!) ingredient list is now complete. Now it’s time for you to get started.
After removing the seeds and peeling the oranges or tangerines, you can place the separated pieces in a blender or food processor. Then let the molds cool in the freezer until firm. The molds should be kept in the freezer for at least an overnight.
These delicious treats can be served directly to your dog when you are ready. You can also take one home.
Cookies with Tangerine and Carob
This pup-safe recipe uses carob instead of chocolate to give your dog a taste of chocolate. You’ll need the following ingredients to make this treat:
1 cup carob chips4 clementines/tangerines, peeled 1/8 Cup of flaxseed meal2 1/2 Cups of flour1 egg1 teaspoon of olive oil
To treat the patient:
Pre-heat the oven to 350°F. Once you are satisfied with the consistency, add the clementine puree. Knead the dough and then spread it into 1/4-inch thick sheets. Use a cookie cutter to cut out the dough. Bake the cookies for about 20-25 minutes.
These sweet treats will be loved by your dog, and you may even feel tempted to share a few with yourself.
Our store has everything you need to give your dog the best of all worlds. There are many unique treats for dogs, including baked goods.