Though very rare, dogs can have allergic reactions to blueberries. When first giving blueberries to your dog, be on the lookout for signs of allergies, including coughing, sneezing, itching, and breathing trouble.
Did you know...Blueberries are one of the best fruits that dogs can eat.
BLUEBERRIES ARE PACKED WITH:
High-quality, plant-based dietary fiber should always be at the top of your dog's nutritional needs list.It efficiently aids the digestive system!
Manganese is a micromineral that is necessary for the metabolic process and production of energy.
Polyphenols are a lesser-known but equally important component of the overall nutrition in blueberries. Only found in fruits and vegetables, polyphenols are the kings of antioxidants.
Potassium maintains a necessary balance of fluid in the body, guaranteeing healthy muscle growth and function.
Vitamin C's antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, working with polyphenols, are well known and rightfully praised.
The primary function of Vitamin K is as a blood coagulant. This means that it helps the blood clot.