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10 Human Foods That Dogs Can and Cannot Eat

When it comes to giving your dog table scraps, there are two kinds of people: those who don’t and those that do.

I am in the second category and it is hard for me to admit that I fall into this category. When it comes to feeding my dogs food, I’m the worst. It’s a natural instinct. Ava is a master at the beggar and looks ridiculously adorable. Any self-control I may have disappears in a flash.

It is important to me that I know what treats are safe for my dogs and what foods are unsafe for them to eat.

Even if your record is impeccable and you never throw away a scrap of food, it’s important for dogs to be aware of what foods are dangerous.

  • Dogs Can Enjoy 10 Delicious Foods

Let’s get to the fun stuff. Don’t forget to include dog food in your daily diet. Remember to use moderation when you are preparing extra juicy rotisserie chicken that you brought home from the grocery.

You should also introduce new foods slowly to your dog so you can be aware of any allergic reactions or other problems.

Let’s get to the good stuff.

1- Blueberries

Blueberries are good for dogs and make a great training treat. Blueberries are rich in antioxidants as well as fiber, vitamins, minerals, and vitamins. Blueberries are a great choice for dogs.

2- Pineapples

You can feed your dog pineapples if you feel inclined. They are safe and delicious, as well as a great source of vitamins and fiber.

3- Strawberries

Sometimes strawberries can look a little less appealing than they should. These are great for dogs because they are low in calories and have high levels of antioxidants and fiber.

4- Salmon

Salmon is great for adding omega-3 fatty acids to your dog’s diet, provided it’s properly cooked.

5- Peanut butter

It’s high in calories and fat, but delicious. Peanut butter is a great way to disguise the heartworm pill your dog takes every month. *Review the ingredients of Xylitol. Xylitol, a sweetener found in many foods such as yogurt and peanut butter, is toxic to dogs.

6- Bananas

You might feel generous if you are going out for five hours. If that happens, you may want to spread some peanut butter on a few banana slices, then hide it in a Kong. This will give your dog something to do and something tasty to eat.

7- Cheese

Your dog can eat cheese, but only in moderation. Some dogs are sensitive to lactose, so a large amount of cheese can cause upset stomachs.

8- Eggs

Some people believe that eggs cooked in a pan can help relieve nausea. Eggs are rich in vitamins, minerals, and protein. Don’t feed raw eggs.

9- Oranges

Oranges are a great treat for dogs because they have low calories and high amounts of nutrients. Oranges can cause stomach upset in dogs who eat too many.

10- Carrots

A carrot is a good source of fiber, vitamins, and minerals for dogs. They are low in calories, too. You can serve them raw or cooked. If your dog loves vegetables, you’re in good company.

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