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Feed Me! Human Foods for Your Dogs

July 27, 2020

Feed Me! Human Foods for Your Dogs

Yes, your furry friend loves human foods too! Since dogs and humans metabolize differently, it is imperative to learn which people foods may be toxic to your pooch and which are perfectly safe and even healthy for them. Read thru so you can learn about some dog-approved, human foods you can serve your canine to increase the variety of their diet and provide a nutritional boost!

Being a responsible and informed furparent, you might have learned that too much human food can make your dog ill and overweight. Hence, adding some people food into their diet should be in moderation or consider giving it as an occasional treat. Don’t forget, any addition to your pet’s meals should not compromise more than 25 percent of his caloric requirement.

Snack on some carrots. It can be safely served, raw or cooked. It is low in calories, and a very good source of vitamins, minerals and fiber. Cut them into bite-size pieces and let your pooch dig in!

Cooked egg treats. Protein-rich, and a great source of riboflavin and selenium. Eggs have been known to also help relieve nausea in dogs. It is important to note that you should avoid feeding raw eggs to your dog. They do not typically get sick by eating raw eggs, but some bacteria, like Salmonella, may spread and increase the risk of infections. Make sure to add eggs on your list the next time you step in the grocer.

Load them with some good fats from Salmon. It is a fatty fish that is a good source of omega-3 fatty acids. Give your dog some cooked, boneless salmon. It helps reduce inflammation and contributes to keep his skin and coat healthy.

A dose of beta-carotene, pumpkin. Dogs need some good sources of fiber in their diet, and pumpkin can provide a lot. This can help keep the gut healthy.

Fiber, fiber and more fiber. Dietary fiber is a must to keep your pooch’s digestion at its best. Get it from sources like sweet potatoes, green beans, and oatmeal. They are mostly beneficial especially for some older dogs who may have trouble maintaining regular bowel movement. Aside from that, these fiber sources are low in calories, keeping it easy to fill him up and help maintain a healthy weight.

Some crunchy apple treats. This is a good source of fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Safely feed your dogs with apples by slicing them into small pieces and make sure no seeds are present. Apple seeds contain cyanide so you have to make sure you do not feed your dog with the core. Few apple seeds might not show harmful effects to your dogs, but its damaging effects might accumulate over time if continuously fed with seeds. So, better make sure to give your dog a good, clean-cut of apples.

Frozen yogurt, why not? Loaded with calcium and protein, yogurts with live bacteria may also act as probiotics. For sure, you want extra care for your pudgy pooch, so choose to get the fat-free yogurt from the chiller section at the grocer.

Go Bananas. Dogs can eat bananas in moderation. They are high in fiber and loaded with vitamins and minerals. You can opt to mix mashed banana with their regular food or feed then with few slices as an occasional or training treat.

The bottom line is, be responsible, be equipped with proper knowledge. Some human foods are safe for dogs, while others are unsafe and could even be deadly. Introduce dog-approved foods and incorporate them into their diet gradually. Rule of thumb is to feed these approved human foods to your dog in moderation. It assures you to not get them overweight and to prevent adverse effects. Also, keep in mind that all dogs are different, hence, the toleration may vary. Awareness is the key to make sure that feeding time, is always a fun time. 





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