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Don’t Make A Dog’s Dinner Out Of Their Meals: Foods You Should Feed Your Pooch


As a dog owner, the food they eat is a major part of life. Feed them the wrong thing and it has the potential to be fatal. So, you have to be on the ball and cut out the foods which are dangerous. However, that doesn’t mean they can’t eat anything that doesn’t represent dog food. Just like us, dogs love human food and will polish it off in a heartbeat. More importantly, it is good for them because it is an excellent way to supplement their diet. With that in mind, here are the human foods that they can eat, and which you should promote.



Apples are full of vitamins, such as A and C. Of course, they are essential in humans, and the same is true of dogs. What’s even better is that dogs love apples. So, they are the perfect treats for owners who are looking to boost their health fitness. All you have to do is cut them up and deseed to avoid choking and throw them in a bowl. Then, your dog should eat them up like a person on hunger strike. Apples aren’t the only source of vitamins, either, as most fruits are packed to the rim. Again, just be careful about feeding them whole, especially the ones with skins and seeds.


Lean Meats

It is true that dog food usually is full of different meats. The problem with this type of meat is that it is processed or cooked. Unfortunately, this takes away all the nutrients that a canine needs to regulate their body. So, it is on you to introduce raw meats back into the equation. Things such as chicken and turkey are particularly healthy dog treats because they are so lean. If you prefer, you can cut it up and mix it with the dog food for added effect. Or, you can give it to them whole and let them chow down.



Okay, so salmon is a slice of meat like the others. But, unlike the others, it’s an awesome source of omega-3 fatty acids. In general, this is a nutrient that is perfect for every occasion because it affects the skin. However, it is even more important in the summer, especially for a canine. When the temperature increases, dogs can experience issues with their coat. The extra omega-3 should help reduce any skin problems and make them more comfortable. It will also prevent tangles, and that will better assist them to regulate their body temperature.


Peanut Butter

First of all, peanut butter is a good source of protein and fiber. As such, it is a good addition to a dog’s diet on its own. However, its main purpose is to make dry foods go down easier. If you own a dog, you will know how hard it is to get them to eat biscuits. Because they are dry, they are unappealing. But, they are good for them, so you need to find a way. Peanut butter is the best solution as canines have a sweet tooth and it adds an element of sweetness.


These are four examples, but there are lots more so don’t be afraid to do more research.

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  1. Lynda Cook says:

    My dogs also love their veggies, and the vet thinks it’s funny that my rotti will only eat the veggie treats in the office and won’t touch the liver treats

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