Can Dogs Eat Cabbage?

Cabbage is safe for dogs Cabbage is safe to feed to your dog and it is a good source of Vitamin C and K. It can cause gas, bloating, and an upset stomach so it’s best fed in moderation. Red and white cabbage are both safe. It can be fed raw, but it is easier digested when cooked. If cooking cabbage, avoid adding salt and oil or any ingredients that can be toxic such as garlic or onion. If given in large amounts, it can suppress thyroid function.

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Can Dogs Eat Eggplant?

Eggplants are safe for dogs Eggplant is safe for dogs, but some dogs may be allergic to it. If your dog has vomiting, diarrhea, or itching after eating eggplant, they may be allergic. Both raw and cooked eggplant are safe, although dogs don’t generally like the taste of raw eggplant. If cooking eggplant, avoid adding oil, salt, or any ingredients that may be toxic, such as garlic or onion.

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Can Dogs Eat Jalapeno Peppers?

Jalapeno peppers are safe for dogs While jalapeno peppers aren’t toxic to your dog, they should still be avoided. Jalapeno’s, like other spicy peppers (chili, serrano, habanero, banana), can cause gastrointestinal discomfort to your dog. They can irritate your dogs’ stomach which can lead to vomiting and diarrhea. If your dog has eaten a jalapeno pepper, keep an eye on them for any unusual symptoms and make sure they have plenty of water.

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Can Dogs Eat Chili Peppers?

Chili peppers are safe for dogs Although chili peppers and other spicy peppers (e.g. jalapeno) are not toxic, you should not feed them to your dog. While some dogs may be able to tolerate the spicy taste, they generally don’t enjoy spicy foods and it isn’t good for them. Chili peppers can irritate your dogs’ stomach, and this can lead to vomiting and diarrhea. If your dog has eaten a chili pepper, keep an eye on them for any unusual symptoms and make sure they have plenty of water.

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Can Dogs Eat Bell Peppers?

Bell peppers are safe for dogs Yes, your dog can eat red, green, orange, and yellow bell peppers. They are low in fat and high in vitamins A, C and B6. Red peppers are the most nutritious. They can be fed raw or cooked. Feed in moderation and remove the stem and any seeds before serving. If cooking peppers, it is best to serve them plain. Avoid adding salt or oil and any ingredients that may be toxic to your dog such as onion or garlic.

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Can Dogs Eat Asparagus?

Asparagus is safe for dogs Asparagus can be fed to your dog. It is high in fiber and a good source of iron and folate. Dogs can eat asparagus raw, but it is difficult for them to digest it and it may cause gastrointestinal discomfort. If given raw, it should be cut in small pieces, so they don’t choke on it. When cooking asparagus, avoid using salt, butter, or any ingredients that may be harmful to your dog. The asparagus fern is toxic to dogs, so if you grow…

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Can Dogs Eat Beets?

Beets are safe for dogs Beets can safely be fed to your dog. They are high in fiber and a good source of folate and manganese. They can be served raw or cooked. Beets, and especially their mature leaves, do contain oxalic acid which can lead to kidney stones if eaten in large quantities. Cooking them does reduce the amount. As with most fruits and vegetables, it is best to only give beets in moderation. Canned beets should be avoided. If feeding raw, it is best to puree first…

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Can Dogs Eat Mushrooms?

Some mushrooms are safe for dogs Mushrooms that we buy at the grocery stores to eat ourselves, are safe for dogs. However, keep your dog away from wild mushrooms. If your dog eats a wild mushroom, contact a veterinarian immediately. It is very difficult to identify wild mushrooms so assume the worst if your dog eats one. There are many types of toxic wild mushrooms and they can cause significant illness, including death, quickly. Try and bring a sample of the mushroom with you so your veterinarian can confirm…

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Can Dogs Eat Lettuce?

Lettuce is safe for dogs Lettuce can safely be fed to your dog. While it is mostly water, it is a source of vitamins A and K, and folate. Avoid feeding it in large amounts as it does contain fiber and can cause diarrhea. Lettuce can be fed raw or cooked. Different types of lettuce, such as romaine and iceberg, are all safe. Do not feed lettuce if it is mixed in a salad with any unsafe ingredients (e.g. onions) or salad dressing.

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Can Dogs Eat Potatoes?

Potatoes are safe for dogs Dogs can eat potatoes if they are ripe and cooked. Never feed your dog a potato that is unripe or has green skin. Potatoes, like tomatoes, contain solanine, which is toxic to dogs. Solanine is found in raw potatoes and in the skin, leaves, and shoots. Raw potatoes and their skin also contain chaconine which is toxic and can cause gastric irritation, tremors, and kidney damage. Make sure potatoes are peeled and cooked if feeding them to your dog. When cooking potato, it’s best…

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