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Healthy Treats

You can feed your dog raw or cooked vegetables such as carrots, celery, and green peppers. Fruits like bananas, blackberries, and strawberries are also safe for your dog. Avoid onions and grapes. This will keep his waste line trim. Other healthy treats include unsalted popcorn and unflavored rice cakes in moderation.

Here’s a quick list of the veggies and fruits dogs can and can’t eat.

  • Apples – YES (But No Seeds)
  • Asparagus – NO
  • Avocado – NO
  • Bananas – YES
  • Bell Peppers – YES (But Limit Consumption)
  • Blackberries – YES
  • Blueberries – YES
  • Broccoli – YES (But Limit Consumption)
  • Brussel Sprouts – YES
  • Cantaloupe – YES
  • Carrots – YES
  • Celery – YES
  • Cherries – NO
  • Coconut – YES (But No Husk)
  • Cranberries – YES
  • Cucumbers – YES
  • Grapefruit – NO
  • Grapes – NO
  • Green Beans – YES
  • Lemons – NO
  • Limes – NO
  • Lettuce – YES
  • Mango – YES (But No Pits)
  • Mushrooms – NO
  • Nectarines – YES (But No Pits)
  • Onions – NO
  • Oranges – YES
  • Peaches – YES (But No Pits)
  • Pears – YES
  • Peas – YES
  • Pineapple -YES
  • Plums – NO
  • Potatoes – YES
  • Raspberries – YES (But Limit Consumption)
  • Strawberries – YES
  • Spinach – YES (But Limit Consumption)
  • Sweet Potatoes – YES
  • Tomatoes – NO
  • Watermelon – YES (But No Seeds or Rind)

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