yes dogs can eat fruit
Dogs don't eat salad, but they do eat fruit just not grapes
pffft, no dog eats fruit, they love the meat!
Dogs can eat honeydew melon in a very small amount. It is not toxic to them but the fruit is rich. Too much of the fruit can cause them diarrhea and indigestion.
maize, fruit, veggies, some times humans, and dogs
Yes, they can eat blueberries if they like to. Fruit should only be given as a treat if your dogs enjoy it, though it is unusual for dogs to eat fruit.Never give a dog grapes, avocado or the seeds of apples, as they are toxic to them.
Dogs are not the same as humans in there diets, they eat dog food and stuff, but don't feed them fruit. Fruit trees are good for them to pee on :)
You can give your dog kiwifruit, but only in small amounts.
Well I'm not a dog whisperer but I would say no. Dogs most usually don't enjoy fruit and they probably wouldn't enjoy "WILD" fruit. So no, do not feed your dog WILD Blackberries. I'm not sure how you came to such a conclusion. Please see the discussion page for my response and a link that can tell you what fruit dogs can eat. Yes, dogs do eat and enjoy wild fruit. It is not uncommon to see both wild and domestic canines eating raspberries, blackberries, blueberries and even wild grapes which would horrify most "experts". Keep in mind, canines eat small mammals and birds, who eat all of the above fruit when in season. They eat the whole animal including the digestive system which is often full of undigested berries and fruit. Here on my farm, my three dogs can be seen eating all sorts of fruit and berries including apples, plums and raspberries when they are in season. Coyotes in this area are often noted to be eating wild grapes along the roadways.
Any domesticated animal that is not a herbivore. Dogs, cats will not eat them. These animals are carnivores, they only eat meat.