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So Nola stole a chestnut, I watched her as she licked it, then nibbled it, and then cracked it open. I took it away, she is very upset with me. Is it okay for her to eat the "meat" inside? She really, really wants it.


Edit: Sorry, subject line is wrong! It's a chestnut.

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Chestnuts aren't toxic although too many might cause tummy problems.

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Bentley (and his amazing chewing) has cracked open a couple of black walnuts that have fallen in our yard. (Our yard is ringed with them -- they're probably nearly 100 years old.) He's eaten the meat without any problem. It's unbelievable to me that he's able to get these open! :blink: If I were to try it, I'd need a hammer. :lol


He also found a chestnut when we went on one of our park walks but he wasn't as interested in eating it as the walnuts -- but he did like to chew on it.


I think that moderation is probably key. Too many of them might bother their tummies.

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