When feeding dogs human food, safety is paramount. The good news is that fresh strawberries are permitted as a sweet treat on occasion.
Dr. Holly Brooks recommends introducing strawberries carefully and in tiny amounts, without other new foods, to ensure they're well tolerated.
Before introducing foods to your dog's diet, you should see your veterinarian, especially if your dog is prone to stomach disorders.
You should wash and hull the berries before feeding them to your dog, then slice them into bite-sized pieces for smaller dogs.
Aside from the fact that they're delicious, they're also an all-natural snack that doesn't contain any additives, colors, or preservatives.
In addition, strawberries include vitamins and minerals that can support a healthy diet for your dog.
Remember, strawberries add calories to your dog's daily diet, despite the fact that it is entirely acceptable to feed them.
It is recommended that you serve them just on occasion as a sweet treat to complement a diet that is both comprehensive and balanced.