You're enjoying a big bowl of freshly cut fruits. A wagging tail takes up space in your peripheral view. You hear a groan and your eyes meet theirs. Those big, round, brown, soulful pair of marbles. That hopeful look. And everything you're made of turns into mush. You give in, because, what's a little bit of fruit going to do to your furry little ball of fuzz, eh? Think again; not all things made by nature are good for all beings made by nature. According to Dr. Edward Cooper, VMD, not all fruits are good for your pet. So, what can your poochie really eat? To make things easier, here’s a list that tells you what is (and what’s not) safe for your canine.

Apple

Source: Scott Bauer, U.S. Department of Agriculture [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Raisins

Source: Paweł Kuźniar via Wikimedia Commons

Pineapple

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Carrots

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Cherries

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Onions

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Grapes

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Peaches

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Watermelon

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Green Beans

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Lemon

Source: André Karwath via Wikipedia

Strawberries

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Word of caution, make sure to keep the seeds away, and wash the fruits thoroughly. I would also advise that you consult a vet before drastically altering your pet's diet. The vet can also warn you against allergies or other complications. Seriously, take this information but also go ask a doctor.