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Will tuna hurt dogs?

Asked: Ed Kott, Last Updated:

While dogs can eat any kind of tuna, raw, cooked, or canned, they should be fed human-grade tuna, which has been verified as safe. If you are feeding your dog tuna that has been prepared for humans, be careful how it has been prepared.

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