Green peas are a completely safe and delicious addition to your dog’s mealtime. They are rich in protein, vitamins A, B1, B6, C and K, minerals and dietary fibre.
They are also super easy to feed your dog as they can be eaten frozen or steamed!
These root vegetables produce one of the best dietary sources of vitamin A and are also rich in fibre, vitamin C and B6, potassium, calcium and iron.
You can include sweet potatoes in your dog’s diet in small amounts (boiled or steamed).
Beans, beans the musical fruit, the more you eat the more you…you get the idea. Green beans are fine to feed your pet; you just may have to deal with a stinky dog for a bit afterwards as they are very high in fibre and could cause flatulence! They are great chopped, steamed or raw.
Carrots make a great snack and are a natural dental stick for your dog to chomp on. They are high in fibre and low in calories – making them a perfect treat.
Dogs should not eat avocado. They contain persin, which is a toxin that often causes vomiting and diarrhoea in dogs.
No. Wild mushrooms in particular are toxic to dogs and can cause severe reactions that can lead to fatalities.
Onions, leeks, chives and garlic are part of the same vegetable group (Allium) and should not be given to dogs. They can cause vomiting, diarrhoea and stomach pain.
Yes and dogs even enjoy it! All varieties of cabbage are not only tasty to your dog but also very healthy.
Cabbage helps your dog’s digestive system and is good for their skin. A word of caution though, cabbage is known to cause flatulence in dogs so should be fed in small quantities and introduced very slowly into their diet.
Yes. Cooked potatoes are fine to feed your dog. They are a good source of potassium and carbohydrates.
However, the potato should be cooked with no oil or seasoning, a simple baked potato works best. If the potato has green skin, this should also be avoided as the poison solanine will be present which can cause stomach upset.