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Dogs are not pure carnivores. For a healthy, high-fiber diet, your daily meals should consist of around 30 percent fruit and vegetables. This is where pumpkin comes into play. In addition to sweet potatoes and carrots, dogs love the pulp of a pumpkin.

As a finely pureed accompaniment to meat, pumpkin provides your four-legged friend with an additional portion of valuable beta-carotene. Not only does it taste great, it also strengthens your eyesight. Ground pumpkin seeds also strengthen dogs' resistance to bladder weakness and serve as an effective worm prophylaxis.

A few ornamental gourds, on the other hand, are just as inedible for dogs as they are for humans. The curcubatin it contains triggers severe stomach and intestinal problems. Fortunately, the pulp tastes so extremely bitter that no dog will touch it.

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