A beautiful puppy desperate to eat strawberries.

Fruits are great snacks for your canine companions. Following are the 10 most common fruits that you can feed your dogs. Add these to the list of treats you give to your doggos and watch them grow big while eating healthy. 

A dog reaching up for fruits, possibly oranges.A dog reaching up for fruits, possibly oranges.


Apples, Fruits, Food, Vitamins, Sliced, Fresh, Ripe
Apples, Fruits, Food, Vitamins, Sliced, Fresh, Ripe

Dogs can eat apples, and it can be a delicious sweet treat for them. Apples are rich in Vitamin A and C and fiber, which are great for your dog.

Since apples are low in protein and fat, it also makes for the perfect fruity snack for senior dogs. Don’t forget to remove the seeds and core.


Bananas, Fruits, Food, Fresh, Ripe
Bananas, Fruits, Food, Fresh, Ripe

Bananas are great low-calorie fruits for dogs when eaten in moderation. The fruit is rich in potassium, vitamins, biotin, fiber, and copper and is low in cholesterol and sodium.

However, since they have high quantities of sugar, they should only be given to dogs as a treat and not as part of their meal.


Blueberries, Fruits, Food, Fresh, Ripe
Blueberries, Fruits, Food, Fresh, Ripe

Blueberries are considered to be a superfood among fruits because it prevents cell damage in humans and canines. They are a rich source of fiber and phytochemicals.

They can prove to be a healthy option if you are teaching your dog to catch treats in the air.


Cantaloupe is rich in nutrients, a great source of water and fiber, and is low in calories, making it an excellent fruity snack for your dog.

It shouldn’t be given to dogs that are overweight or have diabetes because of its high sugar content.


Cranberries, both fresh and dried ones, are safe for your dogs who want a fruity treat. It should be given to your dog in small quantities since it may lead to an upset stomach.


Mango is an excellent source of Vitamins A, B6, C, and E, potassium, and two types of carotenes. Remember to remove the pit when giving it to your dog because it can become a choking hazard.

Also, use it in moderation because it is high in sugar.


According to veterinarians, dogs can eat oranges since they are rich in Vitamin C, but they may not be fans of the strong citrus smell.

However, don’t forget to remove the peel when feeding the fruit to your dog.


It is safe to feed peaches to your dogs, frozen or cut-up fresh ones. Peaches are rich in fiber and Vitamin A. They are also known to fight infections.

Don’t forget to remove the pit because it can be dangerous for your dog like all other fruits with seeds.


Pears are great snacks for your dogs because they are rich in Vitamins C, K, copper, and fiber. It has been suggested that eating fruit can reduce the risk of stroke by fifty percent.

Cut it into bite-sized chunks when feeding it to your dog.


As long as you remove the prickly peel, pineapple chunks are a great sweet treat for your pup. It is full of vitamins, minerals, and fiber, besides being delicious.