30 Healthiest Foods for Your Dog and 13 You Should NEVER Feed Them (2 Minute Read)

Dogs are considered part of the family, and many people consider them loyal best friends. Why not feed your best friend the proper food to keep them as healthy as possible.

Here is a list of healthy snacks that you can feed your best friend, along with a list of items you should never feed them.


These are the best healthy treats for your pet:

  1. Apple slices
  2. Baby carrots
  3. Broccoli
  4. Carob (in small amounts)
  5. Cheese & cottage cheese (provided your dog is not lactose intolerant)
  6. Cinnamon (in moderation)
  7. Coconut & coconut oil
  8. Cranberries
  9. Eggs
  10. Flax seed (milled or oil)
  11. Fruit salad
  12. Greek Yogurt & kefir
  13. Green beans
  14. Lean meat
  15. Liver (in moderation)
  16. Mint
  17. Oatmeal (cooked)
  18. Parsley
  19. High- quality peanut butter
  20. Pears (minus seeds!)
  21. Peas
  22. Pineapple
  23. Popcorn
  24. Pumpkin, zucchini, squash
  25. Rice
  26. Salmon & tuna
  27. Spirulina
  28. Sweet potatoes
  29. Seaweed nori
  30. Turmeric

You should avoid foods which can be toxic to your dog, like raisins, macadamia nuts, chocolate, alcohol, artificial sweeteners, onions, yeast dough, avocados, coffee, grapes.

This is the entire list:

  1. Alcohol
  2. Avocado
  3. Caffeine
  4. Candy
  5. Chocolate
  6. Coffee
  7. Garlic
  8. Gum
  9. Grapes & raisins
  10. Macadamia nuts
  11. Onions
  12. Salt
  13. Tea


Source: Healthy-Food-House, DailyHeadlines

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