20 Healthy Fruits And Vegetables That Your Dog Will Love Eating

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Both people and animals can enjoy the health provisions of eating fruit and vegetables. It is just their choice that differs.

Store-bought pet snacks can be filled with harmful additives and can have a high sugar and fat content, just like any other treats for humans.

Your dog will surely love and greatly benefit from treats in the form of fresh and cooked fruit and vegetables.  It is important to know that not all produce is good for canines and some can even be lethal for them. This is due to the difference in the digestive organs in humans and animals.  

Some produce can be dangerous and even lethal for dogs!

Some fruits can damage the internal organs of cats and dogs, which is the case with raisins and grapes.

Onions and garlic in every form can severely harm their blood cells, causing them to fall apart, so do not allow your pet to come near these vegetables. .

The amount, size and form matter greatly  

Just like you would do with a baby, offer your dog just one produce at a time to see the reaction. The addition of new products may cause some digestive problems, so you need time to notice any changes or unusual reactions.

It is important to be moderate about the quantity of produce you offer your dog.A bigger amount can result in diarrhea or other symptoms of upset stomach.This especially refers to fruit, as its content of sugar could negatively influence the level of blood sugar, the teeth health and contribute to weight gain.

To provide your beloved pet with a healthy bite that is also low in calories, it is advisable that you chop up the allowed produce into pea sized tidbits.It is also vital that you remove all the skins, cores, seeds, pits and rinds from the previously washed produce before you offer it to the pet.

Here is a list of 20 fruit and vegetables that your dog can safely eat and enjoy together with you.


Apples. Before you offer your dog a delicious and healthy apple treat, make sure you remove the core as it contains a dangerous chemical substance, cyanide, which can cause serious health problems.

Blueberries. If your dog accepts their flavor, a handful of blueberries from time to time will reduce the risk of cancer and improve your pet’s heart health. The tannins contained in this fruit also offer protection from bacterial infections.

Bananas.  Remove the banana peel and let your dog enjoy the healthy carbohydrates and lots of potassium in the form of 1 inch big banana pieces.

Blackberries.  2 or 3 blackberries make a wonderful health-boosting snack for your dog, as they are full of tannin, fiber, manganese, vitamins C, K, A, E, and powerful antioxidants.

Cranberries.  If your pet doesn’t like eating fresh cranberries, you can feed it cranberry juice for numerous health benefits. You need to be certain that it is made from real fruit, with a reduced amount of sugar. You can alternatively add some cranberry powder to the doggie’s food.

Kiwis.  Offer you dog one slice of this fruit for a treat that contains lots of vitamin C, fiber and potassium.

Pears.  Dogs generally enjoy the sweetness and succulence of pears. This fruit is very healthy for them as well, protecting the heart and nourishing the digestive system with a high content of dietary fiber.

Oranges.  If they are not too sour, your dog will probably accept pieces of oranges as a healthy snack. Just be certain to peel the orange and remove the seeds.

Cantaloupe. This mild-tasting fruit will probably please your pet’s palate. Its health benefits are important for canines as well. Cantaloupe is rich in fiber, potassium, folate, and vitamins C and B-6. It will protect your pet’s eyesight since it is bursting with vitamin A and carotene, a mighty antioxidant that protects all the organs of the body and lowers cancer risk.

Strawberries. Offer you dog this red delicacy full of vitamin C, fiber and antioxidants. First dispose of the leaves and remaining stems on the strawberries. You will definitely promote its health and lower the risk of manyillness by adding this fruit to your dog’s diet.


Green beans.  They are a nutritional bomb for your pet, full of essential omega 3 acids, vitamins A, C, and K, and vital minerals such as iron, potassium, calcium, copper, and manganese. The antioxidant properties of green beans will contribute to your pet’s overall health.

Spinach. Fortunately, this green leafy nutritional super star is also welcome on your dog’s menu as well. It is very rich in iron and it also offers protection against cancer, inflammatory diseases and heart problems.

Pumpkin. This amazing produce is loaded with eye protecting vitamin A, fiber and health-promoting antioxidants. At the same time, it will help ease any symptoms of upset stomach.

Sweet Potatoes. These tasty vegetables are delicious and super healthy for dogs as well, being full of essential minerals and vitamins.

Watermelon.  A couple of watermelon chunks will add a nourishing and refreshing variety to your dog’s nutrition. Lycopene is just as important for dogs as it is for humans, protecting the hearth and reducing the risk of cancer. Apart from the enjoying this goodie’s taste, your dog will benefit from the additional intake of vitamins C, A, B-6 and thiamine.

Asparagus. Offer your dog small pieces of asparagus that is very rich in essential vitamins and minerals.

Brussels Sprouts. We all know how healthy these small cabbages are for us, bursting with nutritive and anti-cancer substances. They are just as healthy for dogs, but in a cooked form to avoid digestion problems. And who knows – your child may be encouraged to try them as well.

Carrots. They are a multiple blessing for dogs – not only are the carrots very healthy but they are a wonderful low-calories nibble for dogs with a fuller waistline. You dog’s teeth will also benefit from the polishing and cleaning power of carrots.

Broccoli. This vegetable is very beneficial for dogs, since it is full of folic acid, carotene, calcium, vitamin C and cancer-preventing substances.  Shortly steam or boil broccoli before offering it to your dog.

Cabbage. Just like other cruciferous vegetables, cabbage also provides cancer-preventive powers.  It contains almost no fats and it abounds in fiber, vitamins C, K, B, folate and minerals.

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