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6 Foods to Add Over Your Dog's Kibble That May Prevent Cancer

11 monthes ago   |   By iHeart Dogs

1. Blueberries
Blueberries help to starve tumor cells and contain an antioxidant compound called ellagic acid, which blocks metabolic pathways that can lead to cancer. Luckily, blueberries are one of the easier fruits to feed your dog since most pups love them! They are also an ingredient in some of the popular freeze-dried toppers for dogs.
2. Carrots & Other Orange-Yellow Veggies
In a study performed in 2005 on Scottish Terriers, Orange & yellow veggies were found to help prevent certain kinds of cancer. Many dog parents find that their pups LOVE carrots. Just make sure you either chop...
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