Dogs can eat bananas, to relieve constipation or poor appetite, but only the appropriate to eat some bananas to play a regulatory role, because banana fiber and water can enhance gastrointestinal function, but feeding also needs to be moderate. In addition, it is recommended that puppies, especially those that have not been vaccinated, should not be given bananas, as they are prone to diarrhea. However, dogs should not eat seasoned vegetables such as onions, and dogs eating such vegetables can cause cellular hemolysis and blood in the urine. Nor should they eat foods that are high in sugar, fat, or salt. Because these foods can easily lead to a series of diseases in dogs, too much salt will increase the burden of kidney excretion, destroy the balance of body fluids, causing a variety of skin diseases and so on.
While dogs can eat most leftover human foods, such as eggshells and bones, banana peels are a no-no. Because of the high amount of fiber in banana peels, they can cause vomiting or diarrhea. Many veterinarians warn owners not to give unpeeled bananas to their dogs because of the effects of banana peels on the dog’s body.
Bananas are also often used in dog-safe recipes for baked or frozen treats because they’re delicious and help hold the dry ingredients together! In short, if fed properly, bananas can be part of a dog’s daily diet!