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Popcorn for Dogs?

by Lori Teller DVM DABVP CVJ January 30th, 2013 | Ask the Vet
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popcornIs it safe to let dogs eat popcorn?

A very small amount of popped popcorn that does not have butter, salt, or other seasonings added can be okay for your dog. I would not let any dog eat a large quantity. Also, avoid letting your dog snack on unpopped kernels. There are better snack options for your dog than popcorn. Small amounts of unsweetened Cheerios or shredded wheat are fine, as are many fruits and vegetables. Certainly feel free to speak with your veterinarian about healthy snacks and treats for your pup.

The content provided on this site is for informational purposes only and is not intended to constitute veterinary advice.  The content is not be used for medical diagnosis, treatment, or any other veterinary service and should not be relied upon to guide the medical therapy of an animal. Further, the information transmitted does not constitute the establishment of a veterinarian-client-patient relationship between you and Dr. Teller.  Always consult your family veterinarian in matters regarding the health of your pet.

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All health and medical information is provided for educational purposes and is not meant to replace the medical advice or treatment of your animal's veterinarian.