Dog Safe Food Charts What’s Best To Eat

We have a number of  Dog Safe Food Charts that will steer you towards the correct foods to keep your furbaby in good health. Check them out now.

Many people feed their pets food scraps not realizing that so many of them are potentially harmful and downright toxic.

We have put together a number of Dog Safe Food Chart Ideas that will help remove the guess work and keep your Dog safe.

What Can My Dog Eat

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There are lots of healthy options that your Dog will love. Banana’s, Blueberries, Kiwis, Pineapple, and Strawberries are on the allowed list. They can also enjoy seeded fruits but only if the seeds are removed.

You can select from Watermelon, Peaches, Oranges, Lemons, and Apples. Do not give your Dog Raisins or Grapes as they can cause Kidney Failure. Avocados are also on the must not eat list.

Dog Safe Food Video Tutorial

They can cause vomiting and when it comes to Cherries, they can cause Cyanide Poisoning. Again, ensure that you do not feed them to your Dog.

We have included a video that shows you the best way to prepare fruits and vegetables for your Dog come meal times and we highly suggest that you watch. Click Play above ^

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Dog Safe Foods

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According to Here Pup, Rice, Lettuce, Peanut Butter, Fish, Spinach, Meat, Cantaloupe, Carrots, Pears and Pumpkin are other good choices.

It is not recommended that you give them Almonds. The above chart also outlines what is good in moderation and others that should not be eaten under any circumstances.

Dangerous Foods For Dogs

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There are some downright dangerous foods for dogs according to Pet Premium and these include Coffee, Macadamia Nuts, Avocados, Raisins, Garlic and Onion, Raw Meat/Fish/Eggs, Bones and Chocolate to name a few. Learning what you Dog can eat is a must.

Many Dogs are also allergic to grains. We have a post that shows you how to make your own Grain Free Treats at home using a few simple ingredients. You can get the details here

Pet Safe Fruit and Vegvia Aspcapet Insurance

Veggies are great for your Dog too. If you have a finicky eater, why not puree the vegetables in your Dog’s Food. When you feed your Dog Vegetables, be sure that you wash the vegetables thoroughly and cut them into small pieces to prevent choking. They can have them steamed, baked, pureed or they can eat them raw.

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