Beneficial Fruits & Vegetables Dogs Love
Ever wonder what human consumption foods you can give to your canine friend? You can feed your beloved pet some fruits and vegetables that will reap a healthy benefit for them.
Slice an apple into quarters while removing the core and seeds. Seeds are bad for dogs so make sure to get them out. Depending on the size and weight of your dog give them a serving or two of the apple.
Antioxidants boost immunity.
Steam one serving size of spinach and mix with your pet's evening meal, preferably soft food. It has anti-inflammatory/anti-cancer properties in the form of flavonoids and carotenoids.
Dogs need iron and calcium promotes bone health.
Make some pumpkin pie and serve your dog a small portion. Dogs love pumpkin.
Alleviates bad digestion in the tracts, constipation and diarrhea.
4. Green Beans
Cook until crisp and tender or give freshly washed.
Enriched with vitamin C, iron, calcium and vitamin A. Low in calories suited for a dog on a diet.
Cut watermelon into small bites removing all seeds, which are bad for dogs, and serve half a cup to a one full cup depending on the dog's size and weight.
Rich in lycopene antioxidant. Hydrates your pet during the spring and summer months.
Cut cantaloupe into quarters while removing all seeds, which are bad for dogs, and serve according to your dog's size and weight.
Rich in beta carotene. Reduces and prevents cataracts.
Wash thoroughly, steam one cup and serve or provide fresh.
Promotes weight loss for excessive fat. Promotes good oral hygiene while cleaning and polishing teeth.
Wash thoroughly and serve half a cup as a treat.
Provides equal health benefits in dogs and humans. High levels of antioxidant phytonutrients. Low in vitamins C and E. Prevents cancer cells.
Wash thoroughly, slice and serve half.
High in dietary fiber. Low in vitamin A, iron, calcium and 10% vitamin C.
10. Sweet Potatoes
Steam cook and serve half a cup unsalted.
High in amino acids. Enhances antioxidant properties. Promotes strong lean muscles.
Notation: This is my own researched information and is not derived from any direct article source. © Libby Baez
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