Can a Yorkie eat Lobster or Shrmip

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Can a Yorkie eat Lobster or Shrimp? I know my dog loves tuna, salmon, and pickerel fish.

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while i have NO idea... i woudln't give it to Layla just because i know they are rich foods, but honestly, no idea.. they could be fine for dogs.. hopefully somone else will be able to give you a real answer!

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I give Lullabelle tuna but I save the Lobster for myself:rolleyes: I guess I am just selfish lol

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I give Toby steak, chicken, tuna and that stuff all the time. I wanted to give him Lobster for his birthday. Turning 16 is a big b-day! He can drive now.

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I don't know if it's safe, but they'd have to fight me for the lobster. LOL

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I don't know if it's safe, but they'd have to fight me for the lobster. LOL lol. agreed!

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My little ones go wild when they smell salmon or shrimp cooking. Tonite they get little tidbits of garlicky shrimp mixed with their RC. I've never seen any adverse effects to seafood in moderation. I love 'em lots, but I get the lobster!

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Yes, they can! I wanna eat at YOUR house!

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Fish without scales are bottom feeders and actually eat fish poop. Really, we shouldn't eat them at all, and I think they would be too rich for the dogs. I wouldn't chance it.

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Lots of mixed answers. Any vets on here to clarify? I guess I spolied my little rugrat soo much, theres nothing left to give him for a special dinner. If lobster is no good for him, I guess Fillet Mignon is the only thing left.

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Lobster is high in cholesterol, if not any other reason not to feed it to your dog.

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If you decide not to eat it can I come over for dinner?

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I give lobster to my girls, but they only get ONE bite of that. Shrimp is lowfat and that they can have a bit more of, but they only get a total of one shrimp each, I don't want to upset their tummies. They especially love Alaskan King Crab:p

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I haven't given my babies lobster (that's mine) but I do give them shrimp. They love pickeral too!! So do I.