Should you refrigerate corn dogs?
Yep, freezing is better. But eating them is the best!
Perhaps. Dogs may eat corn. It is a ingredient used in most dog foods. They may be able to digest the corn, but cats cannot. Dogs like corn, but a devoted owner should never give the dog to much corn - for it can harm the dogs digestive system. Like a cat. You are okay to feed your dog SOME corn, but never feed it to much, and never feed your cat corn, ever.
Corn should be cooked and eaten soon after picking for the best taste. As fresh corn ages it loses it´s sweet taste, it´s nutrients, and it becomes starchy, tough and rather tasteless. After buying, wrap unhusked ears in a plastic bag and refrigerate until preparation time. Do not remove husks before storing fresh corn....The husks help retain freshness.
It will not harm them if they do it will probally make them open there bowels more than usual but that's about it It will not harm them if they do it will probally make them open there bowels more than usual but that's about it Be careful my dogs get skin allergies from corn-If not allergic it should be okay.
Dogs can digest corn, but they cannot digest corn cobs. One mistake a surprising number of pet owners make is giving their pet access to a corn cob. Corn cobs cause intestinal blockage and can kill the animal. If you feel the need to give your dog some corn, do it a favor and make sure it is cob free.