Dogs go for walkies in fruit farm, and help themselves to some free samples
A family of doggos had the walkies of a lifetime after their humans took them to a local fruit farm. And yes, they managed to grab some free samples when nobody was looking!
Published on the 10/09/2020, 12:00
And as all dogs should, they have some amazing owners who take them on the best walkies.
The perfect dog life
They go for playtime at the dog park, for long walks in the woods, and on really hot days, they cool off in a nearby swimming pool. In fact, you could say these guys are living the perfect dog's life!
But things got even better for them during a recent walkie to remember. Their dog parents decided to take the gang to a local fruit picking farm, where the pooches helped themselves to some free samples!
The tasty treats included blueberries and juicy dragonfruits. But don't worry, the farm is 100% organic and pesticide-free. And the humans kept an eye out to make sure the dogs didn't overindulge.
More canine adventures
You can follow all their adventures on the Kelly & Keira Facebook and Instagram pages. And you'll be pretty surprised at what these dogs get up to. One post shows Kelly checking in out the airport with her very own doggy passport. As we said, these are some very lucky pups!
Frequently asked questions
What are dogs not allowed eat?
Dogs will eat pretty much anything. But those big appetited can get them in trouble, especially when it comes to certain kinds of human food. Chocolate, caffeine, garlic, and bread dough can cause sickness and diarrhoea in dogs. In some cases, they can even be fatal.
Here are 10 foods which are poisonous to dogs.
What kind of berries can dogs eat?
Dogs can eat blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, and blackberries. But berries do contain naturally occurring sugar and too many can cause stomach issues. In moderation, berries are a safe and healthy dog treat!
Here's a guide to giving your dog blueberries.
What happens if your dog eats peanut butter?
Dogs love peanut butter, but too much can lead to obesity and other health issues, including pancreatitis. It can also aggravate underlying liver issues. You can buy dog-friendly peanut butter from pet suppliers, or even make your own.
Here's how you can make dog-friendly peanut butter treats.
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