Year by year, we are trying to give our best and step out of the cliche to find special gifts for people we love. But most of us fail in this frantic attempt to find the gift that will make our loved ones happy.
Let me ask you: How many times did you feel confused when buying a gift for your loved ones?
Probably more often than you would like to admit.
You are at a dinner table with a blissful plate of shrimp in front of you but you are hesitant to take a bite. You are hesitant because your pup has been looking at you with droopy eyes, hoping that you would offer him some. This is a truly dire situation and you’d naturally ask, can dogs eat shrimps?
Shrimps are completely safe for dogs. Although raw shrimps are unhealthy, cooking them to perfection, you can unpack dozens of nutrients, minerals, and vitamins that are healthy for your dog. However, you should only feed a few shrimp every day to avoid health risks.
The question about the age of Man’s best friend has been around for centuries. It is a well-known fact that pets like dogs and cats age much faster than us. However, this conversion of dog years to human years has still not been researched to its full extent.