Did you ever got caught without dog food and everywhere is close? Here is some of the human food that is safe for your dog to eat. Meanwhile, I know it’s essential to know what not to feed your dog. So, let’s start cooking for healthy, happy paws!
They are a fan favourite with all the dogs I ever had, and I had few. Not only you can use it in meals but chopped to bitesize they can be used as treats. A tip to keep in mind for when you’re out of doggy treats. Plus, carrots have vitamins, minerals and fibre.
Cooked eggs are safe and nutritious for humans and K-9 friends alike. In a medium-size egg, you can find almost every vitamin and mineral, plus lots of protein. The reason you shouldn’t give raw eggs to your dog isn’t for their sake because dogs don’t get things like Salmonella, but since it can transfer to us, we could get sick. (Mr Snow and Ms Abby stole a raw egg once or twice)
Since salmon is an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids which can help with inflammation and great for their skin and fur. However, you need to make sure that you remove all the bones before you fed it to your dog.
Humans and dogs alike need antioxidants to fight diseases. Apart, from antioxidants blueberries have a significant number of vitamins, minerals and fibre, which are all benefits for your dog. An extra bonus is they are low in calories making it an excellent food to use as treats.
Sweet Potatoes are safe and healthy for your dog in a limited amount. Being that they are high in vitamin A, which is essential for your dog’s eye health and immune system. However, keep in mind that if you give too much to your dog, it can cause bone problems and muscle weakness.
Would you guys like me to do a post of what dogs can’t have?