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Can dogs eat animal crackers?

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This is a common misconception. The human equivalent would be "Can cats eat dog food?"

Can dogs eat animal crackers?

No, dogs can not eat animal crackers.

This is because dogs are carnivores. A dog can eat meat, or fish and seafood.

What can dogs eat?

A dog can eat:

Meat, fish, poultry, fish and seafood, shellfish, and poultry.

It does not matter if the dog is alive or dead.

What does not a dog eat?

A dog cannot eat:

Vegetables, nuts, seeds, cereals, and fruits.

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What can dogs eat?

Meat, fish, poultry, fish and seafood, shellfish, and poultry.

Can a dog eat dog food?

No.

What about other foods?

Vegetables, nuts, seeds, cereals, and fruits.

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A dog is not a vegetarian or a vegan, it eats meat and dairy.

What can dogs eat?

Meat, fish, poultry, fish and seafood, shellfish, and poultry.

But it doesn't matter if it's dead or alive.

I don't think a live dog would eat a dead dog.

"Can a dog eat dog food?"

I think you can eat anything. That's why we call it food.

"Can a dog eat vegetable food?"

No.

"What about other foods?"

Anything.

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What a dog eats

Meat, fish, poultry, fish and seafood, shellfish, and poultry.

You can eat your dog. You can also eat raw dog meat or cat.

What a dog can't eat

Vegetables, nuts, seeds, cereals, and fruits.

It can't eat vegetables.

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It does not matter whether it is alive or dead.

Can a dog eat dog food?

It can eat anything it is fed with. It can even eat other dog food. But it does not need to eat other dog food for it to be healthy. It can only eat what the dog food food is made of, so it does not make any difference whether the dog food is made of dog meat or chicken. But if your dog is fed with dog food, then you can't give it anything else.

Can a dog eat vegetable food?

You can feed your dog anything. For example, you can feed it with food made from vegetables. But you can not feed it with anything else than food made from vegetables.

What about other foods?

You can feed your dog with anything else. But you can not give it anything else than food made from vegetables.

All vegetables and fruits are healthy and nutritious for your dog. But you can not feed it with fruits and vegetables that are not made from vegetables. This is why it does not matter whether the vegetables are made from fruits or fruits are made from vegetables.

Can a dog eat nuts?

Yes, it can. It can even eat nuts that it digs up. It can eat anything that you give it.

Does a dog have to eat fish?

No. A dog can eat anything that is healthy for him. If you give your dog dog food that is healthy for him, then it is up to him if he wants to eat it or not.

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This is not correct. Even if a dog does not like certain kinds of food or food sources, it will eat them if you feed them to it.

Dog food can be made from anything that can be eaten by a dog.

Dog foods are often made from meat, but that's not the only possible dog food source. You can make dog food from grains, vegetables, fruit, etc.

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I agree with what others have said, but for completeness I should add:

The specific reason is that a dog (like a human) is omnivorous, and as a result of eating, it gets all of the nutrients it needs, but you need to get nutrients from sources of plant material.

(Humans also require "carbs" (glucose) to maintain life, so this is a different level of nutrition than we would generally get from fruits and vegetables.)

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A dog can live a good life without seafood but in reality he would have a much more difficult time with limited seafood in his diet than if he is a carnivore.

The other reason I've read it is that in fish they feed on other animals. I know because we were just down the street from a dog that was a great friend to our dogs. It had this huge thing on it's back for a couple days...it's mouth was all wavy and it was constantly eating but it was a good friend.

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I would like to add another reason - the digestive system of a dog is much more like that of a carnivore than that of a herbivore.

A herbivore has to chew food several times before it gets broken down, then absorb the nutrients through a mucosal membrane. A carnivore's system is much more like the digestive system of a bird, which digests and absorbs nutrients much more quickly.

This is particularly obvious when considering large herbivores. For example, compare the digestive systems of a mammoth and a horse. A horse is much more like a carnivore in its ability to digest food than a mammoth is.


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