Can Dogs Eat Celery?

Celery appears to be fine for dogs to eat. Most vegetables are. It’s good for your dog’s diet to feed your dog different kinds of vegetables every once in a while. So celery doesn’t appear harmful for dogs in most cases. Lots of dogs love chewing on a stick of celery. Others are picky and […]

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Can Dogs Eat Carrots?

Dogs can eat carrots! Dogs are omnivores, and eating vegetables are safe for dogs to eat (in moderation). Feed them raw for them to chew or cooked as a treat. In fact it’s a good idea to include fresh vegetables into your dogs diet. Dogs should eat a variety of different things, including vegetables like […]

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Can Dogs Eat Grass?

Dogs are omnivores, and grass is one of the most common plants that dogs have been eating for thousands of years. Some theorize that dogs do that because they need more fiber in their diet. Or maybe they just crave a salad. You can try giving other leafy vegetables instead of grass with no problem. […]

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Can Dogs Eat Asparagus?

Dogs can safely eat asparagus. You can give them fresh stalks or cook them steamed or blanched. Dogs are omnivores and serving them most green vegetables is fine. Asparagus is a good source of vitamins including vitamin B folate, vitamin A, vitamin C, and fiber. Note: Some dog owners have reported that feeding asparagus can […]

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Can Dogs Eat Onions?

Dogs should not eat onions or foods that contain onion. Onions are very dangerous for dogs to eat because they contain a toxic chemical called thiosulphate (also found in garlic). This includes all forms of onions including raw onions, cooked onions, dehydrated onions, table scraps of cooked onions, leftovers such as pizza or Chinese food, […]

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