Can my dog eat Cilantro?
Cilantro is an herb commonly used around the world in a wide variety of dishes. You’ll usually find it in Asian and Mexican cuisines. This herb is rich in Vitamins A & C, potassium, zinc, and more.
Can my dog eat cilantro? Yes—he can enjoy the fresh taste of cilantro. It may even help to calm his stomach if he’s feeling sick. Cilantro can be added to your pet’s food or you can even use it when making homemade dog treats. If your fur baby eats too much cilantro, he could develop problems with his digestive system. Can my puppy eat cilantro? Yes, but only in small quantities. A puppy eating too much cilantro could experience the same digestive problems as an adult dog.
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