Can dogs eat ice cream?
Yes, dogs can eat ice cream.
However, you should moderate the quantity, and make sure your dog is not lactose intolerant.
If you offer a lactose intolerant dog ice cream it can induce:
- Abdominal discomfort
If your dog eats ice cream and presents any of these signs around 30-160 minutes after, then you know that he’s lactose intolerant.
In conclusion, lactose tolerant dogs can eat ice cream as a treat in small amounts.
These components are very poisonous to dogs.
My advice is that you should limit your dog’s consumption of ice cream as much as possible due to the excessive levels of sugar included in it.
Too much ice cream can contribute to the development of dental problems, diabetes, and obesity.
Your dog’s birthday is the perfect time to offer him some sweet and delicious treat.
For example, popsicles and frozen natural yogurt are a good alternative to give your dog a refreshing and yummy treat.