Can dogs have applesauce?

To the knowledgeable and experienced dog owners, trainers, and behaviorists: My sister regularly feeds her small dog a mixture of kibble, applesauce, and occasionally peanut butter. Is this a safe practice? The dog seems to vomit more frequently, possibly due to eating too quickly (it has food obsession and aggression), likely because it enjoys the applesauce so much.

Yes, dogs can indeed enjoy unsweetened applesauce as an occasional treat

Applesauce is quite safe for dogs. As long as it contains no sugar and it is given to them in moderation, your furry friends are absolutely good to go.

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As a veterinarian, I can tell you that dogs can indeed have apples as a treat.
Apples are a good source of vitamins A and C, fiber, and antioxidants.
However, it’s important to remove the seeds and core, as they contain cyanide, which can be harmful.
Also, cut the apples into small, bite-sized pieces to prevent choking.
Always introduce any new food into your dog’s diet gradually to ensure they tolerate it well.

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