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Dogs can eat sour cream (in moderation!), but there are a few things you should know first. Sour cream is made from dairy products, which means dogs cannot digest it without the help of lactase enzymes.

If your dog has difficulty with lactose, or if she’s allergic to milk proteins, then it’s best not to feed her any dairy at all. You may also want to avoid sour cream if your dog suffers from digestive distress such as diarrhoea or constipation because this could make these conditions worse!

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Additional Helpful Information: Sour cream is a delicious and nutritious topping for baked potatoes, tacos, or enchiladas. You can also use sour cream in dips such as guacamole or spinach artichoke dip!

Just make sure that you only feed your dog an amount equivalent to one tablespoon per day of plain dairy products like yoghurt and milk (read on for more information on how much sour creams). But before we explore some other ways to enjoy this condiment, let’s talk about what it doesn’t have.

First off, there are no artificial flavours or preservatives found in pure sour cream.

Second, because they’re made from both real cultured low-fat milk and heavy whipping cream instead of partially hydrogenated

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