Are you wondering if your French Bulldog can eat fruit? Selecting the right food for your French Bulldog is critical since some foods will lead to health problems, with some even being toxic enough to kill your dog.
Can French Bulldogs eat fruit? The bottom line is, French Bulldogs can eat most fruits. Just be careful to remove the seeds, any cores, and some of the skins before feeding it as a snack and in moderation. You should never feed French Bulldogs grapes or raisins because they are poisonous to dogs and can lead to liver failure.
With that stark warning out of the way, let’s get into the most common fruits that Frenchies can eat. With each one I will explain the benefits and negative consequences that may arise if consumed by your Frenchie.
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Can French Bulldogs eat apples?
Frenchies can eat apple as long as the core and seeds are removed from this fruit; the seeds contain toxic levels of cyanide for dogs if eaten in large quantities. Apples can make a fantastic treat for your French Bulldog.
Apples provide antioxidants, and are loaded with vitamins A and C, which helps to promote healthy bones, joints, and tissue. This is especially good for Frenchies, who are prone to developing joint issues and arthritis as they age.
Apples also have something called pectin in them. Pectin is a type of soluble fiber that aids in battling excessive blood sugar, diabetes, and it helps dissolve cholesterol. It also helps keep diarrhoea at bay.
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Apples are a fruit high in fibre and low in fat, which makes them a good alternative for the Frenchie on a diet!
Additionally, they can be a good treat for senior dogs who need to restrict their meat and protein intake. As apples are low in protein and fat, they can prove to be a healthy and tasty option for the aging Frenchie.
Here’s a video of Claude our French Bulldog, eating apple.
Can French Bulldogs eat apricots?
Frenchies can eat apricots but I don’t recommend it. The seeds can be dangerous as they can be toxic to dogs. Feed apricots with caution, as the seeds could also become trapped in your dog’s bowel, creating a blockage which can (in worst cases) be fatal.
However, apricots are full of fiber, iron, potassium and beta carotene which are both great for digestion.
If you really do want to feed your Frenchie some apricot, always give it them sliced and diced with no pits present.
Can French Bulldogs eat avocado?
Frenchies should not eat avocado as it is a very dangerous fruit for them. It has persin in it which is a chemical toxin that can cause vomiting and diarrhoea in dogs.
The persin is found in avocado skin, so whilst the flesh of an avocado will be safe in small amounts, I simply don’t recommend it all due to the risks involved.
Avocados also have large stones inside of them, so avoid leaving this fruit anywhere within touching distance of your curious and greedy Frenchie.
Can French Bulldogs eat bananas?
Frenchies can eat bananas. This fruit is full of fiber but are also full of calories and sugar so feed it to your dog sparingly. Bananas can also lead to constipation, but if they have diarrhoea, it may aid in getting rid of it.
Handy Hint: Find out more about how bananas can be a great addition to your Frenchie’s diet with some dog banana treat ideas and recipes.
Rich in potassium, bananas can aid heart and kidney health. However, bananas should be an occasional snack, and also make sure you remove the peel before feeding it to them.
Can French Bulldogs eat blackberries?
Frenchies can eat blackberries. They are high in antioxidants which help to fight the free radicals in their body and come with lots of vitamins and fiber too.
Blackberries are a fruit low in sugar and calories, making them healthy treats and ideal for weight management.
As with the other berries on this list, its best to stay away from anything that adds sugar to these options; such as blackberry juices, pies, yoghurts, and sauces.
Can French Bulldogs eat blueberries?
Frenchies can eat blueberry. Blueberries have lots of antioxidants and are rich in phytonutrients. Frenchies love them and we’ve used them as a training treat with our own dog instead of a kibble biscuit snack.
It’s one of our favourite fruits that a French Bulldog can eat, and just like they are for humans, you can view blueberries as a superfood to supplement the diet. There’s even evidence to suggest they can help prevent cancers and repair cell damage.
Can French Bulldogs eat cantaloupe?
Frenchies can eat cantaloupe melon fruit, but due to the high sugar content it should be given very sparingly. Frenchies can be prone to diabetes, so you may want to avoid this fruit if your pet has weight problems.
Frenchies love cantaloupe since it is a very sweet taste, and there’s lots of refreshing water in them, which is great for preventing dehydration.
This food choice also comes with lots of vitamins C, B, and A, as well as antioxidants making it a good fruit for digestive health and immune system strengthening.
As with the other fruits mentioned, take out the seeds, remove the melon skin, and cut it up into smaller fleshy chunks before serving.
Can French Bulldogs eat cherries?
Frenchies can eat cherries, but as long as you just stick to the flesh and completely remove the cherry pits which contain toxins that can be poisonous to dogs if eaten in large amounts.
Cherries contain the A and C vitamins, plus antioxidants and fiber which vets recommend as part of your dog’s diet.
I personally would be very wary of feeding a cherry to a French Bulldog though, as those pits can be dangerous due to the toxicity and risk of choking. If you have a bowl of cherries in your house, place them well out of reach.
Can French Bulldogs eat coconut?
Frenchies can eat coconut, but only when it’s been properly prepared and given in strict moderation. That means completely removing the shell. Whilst you might think coconut shell is a good option to chew on for dental health, it can break into small pieces causing internal blockages.
Coconut contains no elements that are toxic for dogs but does contain small amounts of medium chain triglycerides. These can lead to gastrointestinal problems in some dogs, so make sure you check with your vet before proceeding.
And what about coconut oil and milk?
Coconut oil is said to be beneficial for dogs and I’ve seen some online research stating it can help with digestion and coat health. There’s some great information about this on the SitStay.com website (view details on their website).
Can French Bulldogs eat cranberries?
Frenchies can eat cranberries, whether dried or in their normal form. It should only be fed to them as a treat.
One thing to look out for is dried fruit mixes. Cranberries will often be mixed in with raisins which are extremely toxic to dogs, so be very careful when letting them have any dried fruit food.
Can French Bulldogs eat dates?
Frenchies can eat dates, but make sure it’s fed to them sparingly, with no pits or stone, and not when the dates have been coated in sugar or syrup.
Dates are very high in sugar content. There’s as much as 16 grams of sugar in just one date, so whilst your Frenchie will love it, it’s not advisable. Too many dates can also cause stomach upsets due to the high fiber content.
Can French Bulldogs eat figs?
Frenchies can eat figs, but in very small doses. I would not recommend anything more than a couple of figs a week, and test slowly for any sign of a stomach upset.
In very rare cases, figs can cause diarrhoea, vomiting, plus the chance of rashes, sores, or tongue and mouth inflammation. For those reasons alone, I wouldn’t let my own French Bulldog eat figs.
Can French Bulldogs eat guava fruit?
Frenchies can eat guava fruit as it’s not known to have any negative effect on them.
Apple guava, the most common variety of guava, comes from the myrtle family. These fruits have no levels toxicity in them, but as with any fruit, if fed in excess could lead to problems.
Can French Bulldogs eat gooseberries?
Frenchies should not eat gooseberries. This fruit could be toxic to your furry friend, so it’s best to avoid gooseberries altogether.
You will see other websites saying it’s ok, but I took my information from an article I read talking about how gooseberry bushes can poison animals. Based on that, it’s on my list of fruits to avoid.
Can French Bulldogs eat grapes?
Frenchies should never eat grapes as they contain toxins which could lead to permanent kidney damage, and in worst cases prove fatal. Of all the fruits a French Bulldog can eat in this list, this is the one that you should never, ever, feed them.
Handy Hint: To find out more about why grapes are so dangerous for dogs, read our guide to French Bulldogs and grapes.
Can French Bulldogs eat honeydew melon?
Frenchies can eat honeydew melon in moderation. You should not feed lots to them due to the high sugar content, particularly to obese or diabetic dogs.
If you do feed your French Bulldog honeydew melon completely remove the rind and any seeds first. It also has a lot of fiber in it.
Can French Bulldogs eat jackfruit?
Frenchies shouldn’t really eat jackfruit. Whilst this fruit is a hot topic at the moment due to its extensive use in the vegan diet movement, it comes with a hard and spikey rind and those troublesome seeds as well which won’t digest well.
Having said that, the fleshy part of the jackfruit can be fed to your dog, but I’d recommend talking with your vet before taking the plunge.
Can French Bulldogs eat kiwi fruit?
Frenchies can eat kiwi fruit, but it’s far more hassle than it’s actually worth. It can cause stomach upsets and you will need to completely remove the skin and seeds due to the choking hazard and toxic nature.
If you are determined to feed your Frenchie kiwi, only feed them the flesh with no seeds in. And make sure it’s just an occasional treat.
Can French Bulldogs eat kumquat fruit?
Frenchies should not eat kumquats. Kumquat fruit comes from the fortunella group, and whilst it’s non-toxic to dogs, it will have a lot of magnesium in it which can act as a laxative when eaten in large quantities.
There are plenty of other fruits on this list that French Bulldogs can eat, so for sensibilities’ sake, I’d leave kumquat off the safe list of suitable food.
Can French Bulldogs eat lemons or limes?
Frenchies should not be fed lime or lemon. These are citrus fruits that have an extremely sour taste that dogs will absolutely hate. There are also psoralen compounds and aromatic oils in lemons and limes that will upset their stomachs.
Limes are a particular no-no for a Frenchie. Limes are toxic to canines and even just contact with the leaves, peel, or lime fruit itself can cause your dog to be ill.
Can French Bulldogs eat lychees?
Frenchies can eat lychees, but as long as they are ripe. Lychees can be poisonous to humans if un-ripened, and it’s the same situation for our four-legged friends. Make sure the lychees are green and ripe.
Would I recommend feeding lychees to a French Bulldog. No, it seems like a lot of hassle, particularly as you need to remove the seeds and peel before feeding.
Can French Bulldogs eat mangoes?
Frenchies can eat mango as long as it has been pitted, sliced, and skinned, mangos can be fed to your Frenchie in small portions. Skinning the mango will make it easier for your Frenchie to digest and reduces the risk of upsetting their stomach.
That said, mangoes are high in fibre, magnesium, potassium, as well as vitamins A, C, E, and B6, making it another healthy snack for your Frenchie.
Can French Bulldogs eat melon?
Frenchies can eat melons but is packed with sugar so should be avoided with obese dogs or those that have been diagnosed with diabetes. When feeding melon to your French Bulldog, make sure to remove the skin, rinds, seeds before serving.
Melon should be considered a treat only, and not be a regular part of your dog’s diet.
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Can French Bulldogs eat nectarines?
Frenchies can eat nectarines. Just like oranges, tangerines, and satsumas, this fruit does have a very high sugar content though, so should be viewed as an occasional treat.
Nectarines are also high in fiber so can cause upset stomachs and diarrhoea, so it’s best to test this tasty treat out in a very small portion before letting your dog have more.
Also make sure to remove the nectarine pits as not only will they cause choking and can cause an internal blockage, but also contain trace amounts of cyanide.
Can French Bulldogs eat olives?
Frenchies can eat olives but in moderation, and absolutely never with the olive pits or stones left in. One or two olives on an irregular basis will cause no harm as there are no toxic elements to black or green olives.
It’s the pits that will cause problems though. If you have any olives that have the pits still in them, place them well out of reach of your French Bulldog. The pits or stones in green and black olives can cause choking or intestinal blockages in dogs.
“Botanically speaking, olives are technically fruits because the stones inside are the seeds of the Olea europaea tree.” Source: GoodHousekeeping.co.uk.
Can French Bulldogs eat oranges?
Frenchies can eat oranges, just remove the peel, pith and seeds first as they can irritate the digestive system. Oranges have lots of Vitamin C, which is great for dogs and can help to flush any toxins from their body.
However, oranges are very high in natural sugars, so excessive eating could lead to obesity. Frenchies are susceptible to obesity so oranges should be viewed as an occasional treat.
Can French Bulldogs eat papayas?
Frenchies can eat papaya and they can be a very health dog treat. As with other fruits on this list, please make sure you remove the papaya seeds as they will contain cyanide trace amounts or could result in intestinal blockage. You should also remove the skin before serving.
As a fruit, papayas are sweet, yummy and full of nutrition, containing vitamin C, papain and antioxidants making the fleshy part great for the digestive tract.
Can French Bulldogs eat passion fruit?
Frenchies should not eat passion fruit. Like other fruits on this list, passion fruit seeds contain trace elements of cyanide which can be fatal for dogs when eaten in large quantities.
The problem with passion fruit is that whilst the flesh is safe for dogs to eat, it’s almost impossible to remove all the seeds.
I don’t recommend your dog eats any form of passion fruit, including yoghurt, sorbet, ice cream or the passion fruit skin. Even with passion fruit juices, the seeds have been blended in so that’s also one to avoid.
Can French Bulldogs eat peaches?
Frenchies can eat peaches but remove the stones. Dogs usually love the taste of peaches. They have antioxidants and help with omega 3 and six fats. As long as the peach has been pitted and sliced up, this is another fantastic option for your Frenchie.
The peaches fruit contains vitamins A and C, as well as being an excellent source of fibre, peaches promote healthy eyes, skin, and immune system. Vitamins are also very good for the digestive tract.
However, it’s important to stay away from canned peaches, as these contain high amounts of sugar and can cause an upset stomach.
Also make sure that you wash and remove the seeds prior to feeding it to your beloved Frenchie.
Can French Bulldogs eat pears?
Frenchies can eat pears. This fruit is rich in vitamins C and A, which help keep dogs healthy. They also have healthy minerals, copper and fiber, which is good for digestion.
There’s also vitamin K in pears. This can help to reduce the chance of blood clotting, and in humans has been said to reduce the risk of stroke by up to 50%. Pears are good for healthy blood cells.
Once again, wash the fruit and remove all seeds as there will be cyanide traces in the pips if eaten in large volume.
Can French Bulldogs eat pineapple?
Frenchies can eat pineapple fruit, but please remove the hard husk, skin, and any seeds first. Pineapples have lots of vitamins and minerals.
They are also moisture rich, which makes them so very refreshing. They contain bromelain, an enzyme which aids in helping dog’s digestion as it breaks down protein.
However, pineapples are very high in natural sugars, so whilst your Frenchie will be begging you for more, only feed it to them in moderation. It should be viewed as a treat, and nothing more.
Can French Bulldogs eat plums?
Frenchies can eat plums as long as you get rid of the pits and only feed them the flesh part of the fruit. However, I don’t recommend plums in a Frenchie’s diet at all as they are not only a laxative, but if the pit / stone is digested, it could become lodged in their digestive system.
The seeds and stones will also have levels of cyanide in them, so if your Frenchie gets his head down into a bowl of plums without you knowing, there will be consequences.
Avoid plums in your dog’s diet. Excessive or even moderate plum eating could cause loose bowels, digestive blockages, and the possibility of toxic poisoning if the pits are ingested.
Can French Bulldogs eat pomegranate?
Frenchies can eat pomegranates, but vets recommend you don’t let them have this fruit. This is because the seeds can lead to stomach ache, vomiting and diarrhoea as you dog will find it hard to break down the tannins, anthocyanins and ellagic acids found in pomegranate.
However, you will occasionally see some dog treats which contain pomegranate. These will be safe for your French Bulldog to eat, because the manufacturers will have removed the tannins. That means your Frenchie can get the health benefits without the potential risks of vomiting the seeds up.
Can French Bulldogs eat raisins?
French Bulldogs should not eat raisins. Just like grapes, raisins are very toxic to dogs, and just a handful could lead to kidney failure. Scientists don’t yet know why raisins and grapes have this deadly toxin in the, but simply just avoid.
If your Frenchie does accidently eat any raisins, please consult with your vet.
Can French Bulldogs eat raspberries?
Frenchies can eat raspberries, as like most berries they are perfectly safe for a dog to eat. Raspberries come packed full of vitamin B, copper, folic acid, and magnesium.
If your Frenchie is starting to get on the heavy side, raspberries also contains fiber which can help reduce weight. Why? It’s because fiber helps dogs feel fuller than they actually are despite you feeding them a smaller serving.
You might also be wondering if you can feed your French Bulldog raspberry jam, jelly, or yoghurt. They are all high in sugar, more so than the fruit when fed by itself, so I’d avoid this tasty treat despite how much your dog begs for a taste.
Can French Bulldogs eat strawberries?
Frenchies can eat strawberries. This fruit is sweet, high in fibre, and low in calories; strawberries are another tasty fruit treat for your French Bulldog.
They are high in fibre and vitamin C, and some experts claim that fresh strawberries (given in moderation, as with all treats) can help slow down the aging process and strengthen the immune system.
The antioxidants in strawberries can also help to keep your dog’s fur and skin healthy, as well as remove toxins. They are also good for their bones and digestive tract.
They’re also another good fruit option for the overweight Frenchie needing to lose a little weight.
Strawberries can be fed to your Frenchie fresh, frozen, or puréed. However, it’s important to avoid any strawberry options that have added sugar, such as canned strawberries or strawberries in syrup.
Can French Bulldogs eat tangerines?
Frenchies can eat tangerines, but just like the oranges and clementine fruit I spoke about earlier, they are very high in natural sugar levels. This can lead to a gastro-intestinal problem if your dog eats them in large quantities as well as weight gain and possibly diabetes.
The citric acid in tangerines isn’t a problem though, so if you do decide to let your French Bulldog eat tangerines, only use it as an occasional treat in their diet.
Can French Bulldogs eat tomato?
Frenchies should not eat tomatoes. Tomato contains a substance called solanine and can be dangerous to dogs if they eat it in large quantities. As tomatoes ripen, the solanine metabolizes.
However, in small amounts it can be fine if your Frenchie has accidentally eaten tomato, but I personally would not take the risk.
And before you wonder, surely tomatoes are a vegetable not a fruit, here’s what I read online:
“Tomatoes are a fruit but are also considered vegetables by nutritionists. Botanically, a fruit is a ripened flower ovary and contains seeds.” Source: Britannica.com.
Can French Bulldogs eat watermelon?
Frenchies can eat watermelon. Watermelon is an especially good option for French Bulldogs in the summer, as they do suffer more with the heat than some other breeds.
As watermelons are mostly water, the sweetness of this fruit can prove an excellent incentive to keep your Frenchie hydrated.
Additionally, watermelons are packed with vitamins A, C, B6, and potassium; encouraging healthy muscle growth and nerve function. Watermelons also have antioxidants, which help get rid of toxins in intestines.
Handy Hint: I’ve written a more extensive guide about French Bulldogs eating watermelon. It contains more information plus ideas on how to serve it best.
If you do decide to feed the watermelon fruit to your Frenchie, make sure you remove the seeds, pips, and skin. The pips can get lodged in their stomachs leading to health problems and potential danger.
Can French Bulldogs eat zucchini (or courgettes)?
Frenchies can eat zucchini (or courgettes for my readers in England) and they are a great alternative to high calorie fruits which are listed in this guide to what fruits French Bulldogs can eat.
Whilst similar foods such as onions and garlic should never be given to a dog, zucchini is perfectly safe for them to eat and is one of the best dietary additions you could give them.
Just like tomatoes, you are probably thinking why I’ve included zucchini when it’s obviously a vegetable. Think again, here’s what I read online:
“Botanically, zucchinis are fruits, a type of botanical berry called a “pepo”, being the swollen ovary of the zucchini flower.” Source: Wikipedia.com.
Why certain fruits can be healthy for your French Bulldog
Humans get vitamins, fiber, and antioxidants from eating fruit. Normally, dry dog food is lacking in antioxidants. Antioxidants are effective at warding off cancer, heart problems, and other illnesses.
French Bulldogs can gain many other benefits from eating fruits as well. It is important to note that they can also acquire many health problems from eating particular fruits and I’ve highlighted what those are in the list above.
Things to remember
- Prior to feeding any kind of food, including fruit, ask your vet and make sure your Frenchie is not allergic to any fruits so you will not have problems.
- Any kind of fruit must be washed and make sure you have all seeds removed since they are both poisonous.
- Do not feed dogs too many fruits. They must be washed and cut up into small pieces as well.
- Do not use fruit to replace regular meals either. Just give them to your Frenchie as an occasional treat.
- Fruits work great as treats that can replace dog cookies for training. Fruit can be frozen and put into a dog toy to keep your dog busy.
- Is your dog a poor eater? Try adding fruit to their foods to get them to eat healthier. Fruit can be given to pups to get them accustomed to eating fruit for the rest of their lives.
- Also, never give dogs raisins or grapes, as they are very poisonous to dogs. Prior to feeding a Frenchie fruit, it is vital to think about keeping them from ingesting fruit and other foods that will lead to health issues.
Should you feed your French Bulldog fruit?
Like humans, dogs are what they eat. You can protect your dog from a lot of suffering and save yourself from accumulating vet bills by improving your French Bulldog’s diet.
Here are some reasons to start feeding your French Bulldog some fruit:
1. The quality of processed and commercial foods is not always clear
According to the FDA, dog food may legally include meat from dying, dead, and disabled animals. Mill floor sweepings, roadkill, and corn contaminated with high levels of pesticide are also allowed in small quantities. The cheaper the dog food, the cheaper the ingredients.
Fruit is typically free from pesticides and can be way healthier than typical dog food, but make sure you do not feed your French Bulldog too much fruit.
2. The same food everyday will limit nutrition
Imagine eating rancid fat, corn, and chicken drumsticks every day. Nutritionists advise people to eat a wide variety of foods for enhanced nutrition and an improved immune system.
French Bulldogs need variety too, so try to give them some fruit.
3. Complete and balanced it not the same as the best
Complete and balanced dog food means that a food has minimal nutritional requirements for the average dog. Do not buy into marketing gimmicks and know that enzyme and nutrient deficiencies are inevitable over time.
Not even some of the best commercial dog foods include some of the vitamins that are found in fruits.
Download the list of fruits safe or dangerous to eat
I hope the list above is useful for you. What I’ve done is create it as a handy to print out PDF based on the table below which you can download on the link here to keep in your kitchen.
DOWNLOAD THE LIST: Click here to download the list of fruits which you can print and keep.
|Fruit||Safe to Eat?||Notes|
|Apples||Yes||Remove seeds and core.|
|Apricots||Yes (but not recommended)||Remove seeds.|
|Avocados||No||Contains large stones and persin.|
|Cantaloupe||Yes||Remove seeds and rind.|
|Cherries||Yes (but not recommended)||Remove pits and stones.|
|Coconuts||Yes (but not recommended)||Remove the husk.|
|Cranberries||Yes||Make sure no raisins mixed in.|
|Dates||Yes (but not recommended)||Remove pits and stones.|
|Figs||Yes (but not recommended)|
|Grapes||No||Highly toxic to dogs.|
|Honeydew Melon||Yes||Remove seeds and rind.|
|Jackfruit||Yes (but not recommended)|
|Kiwis||Yes (but not recommended)||Remove the seeds and skin.|
|Lychees||Yes (but not recommended)||Unripened can be toxic.|
|Mangoes||Yes||Remove the seeds and skin.|
|Melon||Yes||Remove seeds and rind.|
|Nectarines||Yes (but not recommended)||Remove pits and stones.|
|Olives||Yes (but not recommended)||Remove pits and stones.|
|Oranges||Yes||Remove peel, pith and seeds.|
|Papayas||Yes (but not recommended)||Remove seeds.|
|Peaches||Yes (but not recommended)||Remove pits and stones.|
|Pineapples||Yes (but not recommended)||Remove the husk, skin, and seeds.|
|Plums||Yes (but not recommended)||Remove the seeds and pits.|
|Pomegranate||Yes (but not recommended)||As long as no tannin present.|
|Raisins||No||Highly toxic to dogs.|
|Watermelons||Yes||Remove seeds and rind.|
DISCLAIMER: I am not a vet and have had no veterinary training. This guide was developed by doing my own online research. You should always consult with your vet before feeding your dog any form of human-consumable foods.
Knowing what fruit a French Bulldog can eat will set you apart from irresponsible dog owners.
In the main, fruits are great for Frenchies since they contain many different vitamins, antioxidants, and minerals. Just make sure you do a little research on the fruit, or any kind of food, before feeding a French Bulldog.
Conditioning a puppy to like fruit is a great idea if you want to keep them healthy. Just don’t feed any grapes, raisins, or a fruit that has seeds still in it or a rind.
If in any doubt at all, talk with your dog’s vet.
Fruit is packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, and is good for us. Indeed, some fruits are superfoods and help fight cancer. But are all fruits good for French Bulldogs?
The answer is both yes and no. While there are many fruits safe for dogs to eat, some fruits are toxic and some carry unwanted risks. For example, dogs cannot eat avocados and grapes while the pits in cherries and plums can also pose a problem for them too.
The fruits dogs can eat help strengthen their immune system, improve skin, reduce inflammation, and aid digestion.
With this in mind, for your dog’s well-being it’s essential to know which fruits are safe and which are dangerous.
Handy Hint: I’ve also put together a guide of over 30 different French Bulldog health problems. Read that if you want to know what warning signs to look out for.