How to Celebrate Summer With Your Pets?

Summer is finally here, bringing juicy, lush, healthy and natural enjoyment to everyone. And when we say "everyone", we also mean your favourite dog! There are multiple reasons to love summer. We enjoy sunny days and long days with the cool breeze, and seasonal products made from fresh vegetables and fruits.

Here's how to celebrate summer with your pet in the healthiest way possible. Certain many summer vegetables and fruits are considered safe for dogs, and you can even enjoy them together. However, be aware that some fruits, like grapes, are toxic to dogs. If a pup accidentally ingests something over summer that’s poisonous to them, or an unexpected accident causes injury, pet insurance will help you pay for treatment. A dog insurance policy safeguards you and your pet as you enjoy the sunny days and balmy nights.


Watermelon without the seeds is an ideal summer treat for dogs. Not only does this fruit naturally moisturize, but it is also rich in fibre and potassium, as well as vitamins A, B6, and C. Watermelon is 90% water and is a great way to fight the heat. 

The best thing about cucumbers is that they are low in sugar and carbohydrates. This makes it a wonderful treat for obese dogs who are losing weight. Let your dog enjoy the rich vitamins B1, B7, C and K in addition to potassium, magnesium and copper without worrying about calories. Banana has a soft and tasty fruit containing healthy amounts of fibre, potassium, copper, biotin, and other vitamins such as B6 and C.

Orange is a delicious and juicy fruit that is safe as long as it is given to pets without holes or skins. It is the driving force for essential vitamins (A, B1, B6, C), minerals (iron, calcium) and dietary fibre. 

Sometimes you give a modest amount of spinach, and you have a healthy and happy furry companion! Spinach works tremendously on bone health and fights gastrointestinal disorders. These leafy vegetables comprise fibre and the following vitamins: A, C, B, and K. 


Mango is a delicious tropical treat that is often a weakness of many taste buds, including dogs. Giving pulp is entirely safe. Mango is very healthy for dogs because it is rich in vitamins A, B6, C, E, flavonoids, antioxidants and fibre. These excellent properties found in this fruit also help boost the immune system and lower cholesterol levels. 

Potatoes are another potentially positive food for dogs, but do not give them in raw form. Peel the potatoes first, then boil/boil, puree, or bake. When you're ready, wait for the food to cool before serving. The small amount of serving that is sometimes given to a dog is good by providing him with extra iron.

Do your research to find a crispy snack vegetable or fruit that contains the right flavour your dog loves along with optimum calories, vitamins, minerals and fibre! Cut them into small pieces and be mindful of any choking hazards or you might have to use your pet insurance. Then, serve them fresh, frozen, raw, or cooked without spices or salt and watch your pet gobble it down.

Never use oil/butter, milk, salt or spices when cooking potatoes or any other vegetable. Keep dog food in plain/bland form. 

There are many health benefits associated with eating fruits, such as improved immunity and digestion. Feed them well and protect their health further with dog insurance to beat the heat of any medical treatment needs that arise over their lifetime.

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