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When And How Can Dogs Eat Bananas?




Dog Being Offered Banana

Bananas are one of the rare foods that the vast majority of people love. The same goes for our animals. There is almost no dog that would resist this natural sweet. That is good because this fruit is rich in fibers, healthy fats, and micronutrients like potassium, magnesium, vitamin B complex, vitamin K, and so on. 

On the other hand, too many bananas can cause problems with blood sugar in your pup, due to high levels of natural sugar. Also, it can provoke specific digestive issues. Here you can read about whether dogs should eat fruits and which one is safe for them.

Take Care of the Amount

The fruit is generally not a priority in the diet of dogs. Some would even say that this food group is useless in carnivores because they get all the nutrients from meat sources. That is a wrong conclusion because natural sugars are nowhere else but in fruit. And pups need these sugars.

Fruits and vegetables, and plants in general, are really not necessary in their diet. But starchy fruits like bananas help balance the nutrition of dogs. They need some diversity, as they get the essential nutrients mostly from meat or industrial food. Bananas contribute to strengthening bones and improving the health of your pooch.

Easy Treats Recipes

All the benefits of bananas are explained on Due to the high amounts of sugar in this fruit, it should not be the basis or even the whole meal for your pet. The dog should consume these fruits exclusively as a treat in small bites for easier digestion.

Banana Chips

Dried Banana Chips

Dried bananas are a snack that is much healthier than commercial snacks full of additives, sweeteners, and fat. But due to the high concentration of saturated fatty acids and fruit sugar, you should not overdo it with this food. The same goes for giving these chips to your dog, whether bought or homemade.

When you make these chips for your pet, you are sure to make a healthy snack without any additives. Cut the banana into thin slices. Sprinkle them with orange juice and add a dash of cinnamon. Preheat the oven well, because the chips will bake for more than 3 hours. 

Halfway through, turn the banana slices to darken evenly. Your pet probably couldn't wait for these yummy bites, but don't give them more than 3 to 6 pieces, depending on the dog's size.

Banana-Peanut Butter Bites

Frozen snacks are a great thing for dogs during the summer. Your furry buddy is less tolerant of high heats than you, due to the long hair and a slightly different thermoregulation system. When the weather is like this, always give your pet access to pure, fresh water, and prepare some frozen treats to make their day.

Mash together one cup of unsweetened peanut butter and a half of ripped banana. If the blend seems too thick, add water until it gets the structure of the dough. From the resulting mix, make balls and put them on wax paper. Leave overnight in the fridge, and the next morning, gladden your pup with this delicious treat.


Nothing makes you feel like home than the smell of freshly baked cakes, even when you make biscuits for your furry friend. People can eat these cookies either; these treats are delicious and rich in healthy fiber and minerals.

Mash 2 bananas, and add one egg, two teaspoons of honey, and 2 cups of water. A pinch of cinnamon and vanilla extract is optional. In these moist ingredients, little by little, add a teaspoon of baking powder and 4 cups of whole wheat flour or oat flakes. Leave it for half an hour to soak nicely.

Roll the mixture to the thickness of half a finger. Use cookie cutters to get unique shapes. Bake in the oven until the treats are slightly browned. These doggy snacks can be stored up to 3 months in a dry and dark place. So feel free to double the amount.

There is a reason why fruit intake in dogs should be limited. Bananas are great, but if you want to spare your pup of an upset stomach or diarrhea, take care of how much of this fruit you give to your pooch.

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