Can dogs eat peanut Butter? Yes, dogs can eat peanut butter.
For healthy dogs with no obesity or allergies issues, peanut butter in very small amounts (a few of licks for a small dog and a tablespoonful for a large dog) can be a tasty treat.
Moreover, it can be an easy mechanism for pills administration.
When you have to give your dog an oral medicine, you can completely bury the medicine in peanut butter.
It will be a “peace of cake” to give your dog a pill.
My advice is that you should only feed your dog 100% natural, organic and raw peanut butter free from sugar, salt, and preservatives. All these elements are toxic for your dog.
Puzzle toys for dogs can be filled with peanut butter.
There are many vitamins, minerals and other healthy components in peanut butter, such as vitamin B3, protein, magnesium, vitamin H, vitamin E, fiber, folate and antioxidants.
Additionally, dogs just love the taste of peanut butter.
Xylitol, sometimes labeled as “natural sweetener” or “sugar alcohol”, is safe for humans to ingest, but it’s dangerous for dogs.
Which Peanut Butters contain Xylitol?
Peanut butter brands it can be found in are Nuts ’N More® and Krush Nutrition.
Remember that it is vital that you always read labels.