Can your dogs eat your favorite food? We have tackled in the past there are certain foods that people eat which are apparently, harmful to dogs. Some of which are chocolates, avocados, garlic, onions and so much more. But what foods can we actually feed the dogs that we humans can safely eat and enjoy?
If you are a dog owner like or just love dogs in general, you may find situations where a dog will approach you while you’re munching on a treat. Chances are, with those cute little puppy eyes, you’ll be obliged to share some of your food with that pooch. However, it is best to keep in mind that some foods are good for dogs in moderation, while some should be crossed out on your list straight up.
I found a video that named some of the food we can share with our dogs and learned many foods are good and safe for our fur babies.
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This little-tree like vegetable is safe for dog consumption but has to be served sparingly to avoid stomach problems. Broccolis can make as great snacks for pooches as they are full of vitamins. Dogs don’t need much fruits and vegetables, so make sure to feed them in minimal amounts only. Broccoli can be a choking hazard, so better make sure your dog doesn’t try to swallow a large chunk. It can be eating either cooked or raw, but as for cooked broccoli, make sure not to add any seasoning or oil.
Most of us know these are full of antioxidants, phytochemicals, and fiber which are all good for the health. It turns out that these yummy treats are safe for dogs as well as they provide the same benefits humans can get from blueberries. Aside from blueberries, strawberries and blackberries are also safe for your lovable pooch.
This orange vegetable is high in fiber and vitamins and low in calories making it a healthy treat for dogs. Not only that – these are also good for your dog’s teeth. If your dog has loose stools, you can also try to include carrots in his diet as the fiber in carrots helps form the stool better. Another reason to feed your dog with carrots is their ability to promote eye health, improve his immune system as well as coat and skin health.
Yes, dogs are safe to eat watermelons. These yummy and juicy fruit is high in Potassium and Magnesium, Vitamins A, B6 and C. It is important to note that the fruit itself is good, however, the seeds need to be removed as they can cause intestinal blockage. Also, the rind should not be chewed by dogs as it can cause gastrointestinal issues. So make sure to take extra precaution when giving your dogs watermelons on a hot and sunny day.
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