The mango is a fruit that the dog can eat. But sparingly.
Mango, a fruit rich in benefits and sugars
The mango is a fruit that can be distributed without any problem with the dog, as a Sante Sante.
The mango is, however, to avoid in dogs that suffer from sweet diabetes.
With its beautiful orange colour, the mango is a fruit particularly rich in antioxidants and especially in phenolic compounds and carotenoids. These compounds have the ability to protect the cells from the damage caused by free radicals.
It also has the great advantage of being rich in fibre and especially insoluble fibres that can be useful for the digestive comfort of the animal.
But, if the mango appeals as much to our candied friends, it is also thanks to its very sweet and sweet flavour that it owes to its relatively high content in simple sugars. And, who says high sugars content also said high caloric content. The mango brings around 75 kcal for 100g, almost as much as the banana. It is, therefore, part of the most caloric fruits, far in front of more fruit in water like the apple, strawberry or watermelon.
How big mango give to a dog?
Due to its high content of simple sugars and calories, the mango is a fruit that is to be distributed sparingly to the dog. Thus, do not exceed the maximum of 10g of fruit by kg of body weight and per day so as not to unbalance the ratio of your pet.
Check the good digestive tolerance of your dog at this fruit by distributing it in the first quantities. Mango fibre wealth could indeed cause diarrhoea in a dog that would not be used to eating them.
How to give mango to a dog
The flesh of the mango can be consumed raw as cooked by the dog. However, it is when it believes that it brings the most vitamin C to your pet. To do this, you will be able to share with him some peeled fresh mango cubes.
Beware of the kernel!
Do not let your dog burn the core of mango. He could then break pieces and swallow them, which could cause digestive occlusions. It also contains toxic compounds.