Can Dogs Eat Strawberry Yoghurt

A juicy bright red strawberry sat ontop of smooth pink yoghurt

In short – probably not if it’s store bought. Some flavoured yoghurts contain ingredients that aren’t dog safe!

We recommend making your own with a stick blender, strawberries, and lacto-free Greek yoghurt

Are Strawberries Safe For Dogs?

Yes! Strawberries fresh or frozen are a great treat for your dog. They have some great benefits including water content, fibre and malic acid. Malic acid helps with general and dental health.

It’s important to remember sweet treats like strawberries are high in naturally occurring sugars and should generally be restricted based on your dogs’ dietary requirements. As a rule of thumb – no more than 10% of the diet should be treats. We have a guide on how much to feed your dog if you want to find out more about caloric requirements.

Can Dogs Eat Yoghurt?

Most dogs shouldn’t. Most dogs are lactose intolerant so owners need to be careful with dairy products. Dogs can eat lacto-free products without too much concern as long as they don’t contain xylitol or other artificial sweeteners.

Other Common Toxins

We found a lot of flavoured yoghurts containing artificial sweeteners that should be avoided.

Make sure that you don’t feed your furry pal anything with added vitamin D – too much will lead to kidney failure. Trust your regular food to have the required vitamins and minerals.

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