Yes, dogs can drink apple cider, but they should not.
Apple cider is made by pressing the juice out of apples and then fermenting it. It can be consumed as a hot or cold drink and has a sweeter taste than apple juice due to the fermentation process.
Apple cider also contains many antioxidants that protect against diseases such as cancer. These toxins make apple cider extremely healthy for humans to drink, but due to dogs’ different digestive systems, it can be harmful.
Dogs have a much shorter digestive tract than humans, meaning that toxins are not completely metabolized before being passed through the body.
This means that drinking apple cider could cause vomiting or diarrhea in dogs. It also contains sugar which is bad for your pet dog’s teeth.
Apple cider is therefore not recommended for consumption by dogs.