9 VEGETABLES THAT ARE SAFE FOR DOGS TO EAT

Carrots contain fiber, vitamin A, potassium, and other essential vitamins and nutrients. They’re also good for your dog’s teeth if they chew on them.

Carrots

Pumpkin is considered a superfood for dogs. It’s an ingredient in many homemade dog treats and is often used to top kibble as a digestive aid. Before adding anything to your dog’s food on a consistent basis like this, it is important to speak to your veterinarian.

Pumpkin

My veterinarian recommends green beans as a treat for dogs trying to lose weight. They’re packed with vitamins and nutrients and also contain large amounts of fiber.

Green Beans

Sweet potato is another popular dog treat ingredient. They’re an excellent source of vitamin A, which aids in the eye, skin, coat, muscle, and nerve health. Raw sweet potatoes are toxic to dogs because they contain tannins.

Cooked Sweet Potato

Brussels sprouts are great for dogs in moderation but can cause gas and stomach upset if fed too often.

Brussels Sprouts

Celery contains fiber, vitamins, and nutrients that make it an excellent low-calorie treat. It’s also low in cholesterol, so it’s heart-healthy! Cut celery into bite-sized pieces.

Celery

Dogs can eat cooked or raw zucchini. If you serve it cooked, be sure not to add any spices, oils, butter, or salt.

Zucchini

Cauliflower contains vitamins K and C. It also contains plenty of nutrients, including fiber, calcium, potassium, and folate. It can cause stomach upset, so be sure to feed it in small amounts only.

Cauliflower

Dogs can eat beets cooked or raw and cut into very small pieces. Large pieces can be difficult to swallow and digest, especially if fed raw.

Beets

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