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    Many parents also pay more attention to the dog diet. There are many owners who will give their pets what they eat, but not all the delicious food they eat is good for the dog’s health. In summer, tomatoes are a kind of fruits and vegetables that people love. Can dogs eat tomatoes? The digestive enzymes in dogs’ stomach are different from those in humans. Dogs have their own food, such as dog food, canned dog food, etc. They are not suitable for human food with high salt content and spicy stimulation. At the same time, grapes, bananas, papayas, chocolate and so on are delicious for humans, but they are poisonous for dogs. For example, dogs can eat tomatoes, but they also need to pay attention to the quantity.

    Studies have shown that it’s safe for dogs to eat a small amount of ripe tomatoes, but tomatoes don’t have the necessary nutrition for dogs, so dogs don’t need to eat too much. At the same time, there are alkaloids and atropine in tomatoes, which are also dangerous after a large amount of consumption. For example, it may lead to dog laxity, drowsiness, drooling, dyspnea, abdominal pain and vomiting, diarrhea or constipation, muscle weakness, convulsion, pupil enlargement, arrhythmia and other poisoning.

    In addition, each dog’s gastrointestinal function and the body’s ability to adapt to food are also different. Most dogs can eat some fruits, such as tomatoes, apples, pears, cherries, watermelons, peaches and so on. But some dogs can’t eat these fruits because of their constitution. In life, parents should feed a small amount of tomatoes and other fruits and vegetables to the dog, and observe the physical response of the dog, and then make a healthy and scientific diet plan to ensure the healthy diet of the dog.

    So parents must keep your fruit, especially the food that is bad for your dog’s physical and mental health. In order to avoid the inevitable consequences of improper storage by dogs.

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