It's common to want to spoil your dog instead of giving him treats by giving him table scraps or your favorite snack. It's important to know which fruits and vegetables dogs can eat because many human foods are safe for dogs, and others can be very unhealthy or even deadly.
Pumpkin benefits eyes
Boost Immune Health
Moisturizes skin and coat
Encourages digestive regularity
Can help naturally control parasites
Prevents urinary incontinence
A sweet treat for your dog, full of antioxidants.
High in fibre
Contains Vitamin C
Fresh fruit may help slow down the aging process.
Strengthen the immune system.
Help with weight management
Help whiten your pup's teeth
Supports Brain Health
Supports a healthy inflammatory response
Support Heart Function
Supports Weight Loss
Support Gut Health
Helps maintain normal function of the urinary tract
Support eye function
Maintain healthy blood pressure
Increase Bone Strength
Improve Brain Function
Improve digestive health
Grapes and raisins are highly toxic for dogs, regardless of breed, age, or gender.
Grape toxicity is linked with kidney damage. Eating the fruit can result in sudden kidney failure and even death.
Low-calorie and an excellent source of vitamins A, C, and K, calcium, and phosphorus.
High in Fibre that acts as a prebiotic that can help support a dog's gastrointestinal health.
A great source of hydration
Freshens your pup's breath
Support the immune system