10 Foods You Can Share With Your Dog
You’re peacefully enjoying your dinner – a juicy burger and a beer. Suddenly you feel the familiar paw tapping at your leg and the feeling of a wet nose on your arm. Just as you go all awww and cave in to their puppy eyes, you remember that not all human foods are good for your doggo. Some can be in fact quite harmful for them.
So here’s a list of some healthy foods that you can share with your best friend to keep them happy and healthy:
1. Peanut Butter
Peanut butter contains heart healthy fats and essential nutrients like vitamin A and vitamin E. But make sure you go for the organic and all natural ones. Avoid the ones with artificial sweeteners cos that’s harmful! Cheat: Next time your doggo refuses to take their pills, coat it with some peanut butter and see them gobble it up happily 🙂
Do you really need another reason to eat cheese? Cheese is a great option to use as treats when training your dog, unless your dog is lactose intolerant.
Carrots improve eyesight and helps keep their teeth healthy. Its rich in Vitamin A and beta-carotene, essential nutrients for their diet.
This vitamin A packed fruit is great to keep your dog’s GI tract in check and help with doggy digestive issues
High in protein and easily digestible, eggs are a great addition to your doggo daily diet.
Pooch got stinky breath? Treat them to some delicious apple slices. They make a great choice for a pupper play date. Make sure you remove the seeds and the centre core as they can easily be choking hazards.
Oatmeals is a great source of fibre. However, make sure you cook the oats before feeding them to your doggo. And as much as possible, avoid the ones with added sugar or artificial sweeteners
Salmon contains a good kind of fat which helps improve your puppers coat and keep them shiny and healthy. Mix a bit of it in their meals and see their coat shine!
A delicious summer treat for your doggo. Full of calcium and potassium, fresh chunks of frozen pineapple makes for a happy licking treat for your doggo!
If your doggo is having stomach issues, rice is one of the best options for their meals. While brown rice is higher in protein, white rice is easier to digest and often given to senior doggos.