There are thousands of people a month on Google asking, “can dogs eat seafood”. Seafood is a pretty broad term. While cooked white fish is excellent for your dog, other seafood, such as raw fish skin, can be quite dangerous for them.
Below we’ve compiled the answers to the top 40 Google searches regarding dogs eating seafood. In addition to researching what seafood dogs can and can’t eat, we’ve also written blog posts answering…
A note on the answers below — when the answer is:
- No – That means that the food is harmful or toxic to dogs.
- Yes – That doesn’t mean you should feed your dog a diet exclusively of that food. Only that it is safe for dogs to consume, just not as its main food source.
- A little bit – That means that if your pup snuck some of this food off of your plate, or ate it before you realized it, it should be ok in small quantities. You shouldn’t make it a habit of feeding dogs these foods regularly.
Now that that’s out of the way, let’s find out what seafood your pup can and can’t eat.
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