8 Vegetables Your Dog Should Or Should Never Eat

June 17 is National ” Eat Your Vegetables” Day and eating vegetables saves more than 100 animals every year. There are various vegetables that are very good or very dangerous for your dog’s health. Some of them can pose hazards for your dog  so it’s better to never be given to them and some others can help for an healthy and balanced diet.
Now we’re showing you 8 Vegetables Your Dog Should or Should Never Eat.

#1 Leafy green should be given to your dog. They’re are low in calories and provide antioxidants and minerals which are good for your dog’s health. They also have pH balancing properties.

#2 Tomato is OK for your dog BUT in small quantities because they contain solanine and natural toxins which can be harmful for your dog.

#3 Carrots are absolutely good for your dog and support a healthy skin and coat BUT should be given in moderation because they are high in sugar.

#4 Chocolate can make your dog sick but onion can kill him. They can cause red blood cell damage and anemia in dogs.

#5 YES, dogs can eat broccoli. It’s a great source of fiber for your pet dog.

#6 Radishes are good for your dog. They provide fiber, vitamins, folic acid and potassium. Some dogs may not like this kind of vegetable so don’t force him to eat it.

#7 Pumpkins are great for your dog. Pureed pumpkin can help dogs with both constipation and diarrhea. They also can help with weight loss.

#8 You can feed your dog with Celery but in small amounts. Be careful with celery leaves because  they are filled with vitamin A which is not too good for your dog.


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