According to the Produce for Better Health Foundation’s 2015 State of the Plate report, Americans are projected to increase their consumption of whole fruit by 9 percent over the next five years. If the researchers included canine fruit consumption in this study, I bet that number would be a lot higher! After all, what dog doesn’t enjoy the occasional piece of sweet, delicious fruit?
Not only are fruits cooling when the temperature rises, they’re packed full of healthy nutrients. However, a few fruits are toxic or dangerous for dogs. Make your next fruit salad Fido-friendly by checking out our list of summertime fruit “goodies” and “baddies.”