List of Fruit and Vegetables I Feed My Dogs
This is a list of some fruits and veggies that can boost your dog’s immune system and is a great source of vitamins.
Introduce only one new fruit or vegetable at a time to help you spot any health changes like upset stomach or diarrhea.
A dog under 5 pounds you can use baby food just make sure it’s all natural nothing added. 5 pound dog 2/3 teaspoon, 10 pound dog 1 teaspoon, 25 pound dog 1 ½ teaspoons, 50 pound dog 2 Tablespoons, 75 pound dog 3 Tablespoons, 100 pound dog 4 Tablespoons, 125 pound dog 5 Tablespoons, 150 pound dog 6 Tablespoons.
Chop up small or use food processor. They can also be fed bit size pieces, as a treat.
Fruit I have fed to my dogs:
Be sure to wash all fruits in water and remove rinds, inedible skins, seeds, and pits before feeding to dogs.
Apples (fresh no seeds or core)
Bananas (fresh no skin, smashed)
Blueberries (fresh or frozen, smashed)
Pears (fresh no seeds or core)
Raspberries (fresh or frozen, smashed)
Blackberries (fresh or frozen, smashed)
Strawberries (fresh or frozen, smashed)
Cantaloupe (fresh, no seeds or rind)
Watermelon (fresh, no seeds or rind)
Veggies that I have fed to my dogs:
It’s safe for your dog's diet to contain approximately 20 per cent vegetables, but don’t over do it.
Broccoli (fresh or cooked)
Beets (canned, rinsed and drained)
Carrots (canned, rinsed and drained or fresh)
Cauliflower (fresh or cooked)
Cucumber (fresh with skin and small seeds, just washed and cut ends off)
Lettuce (fresh, some of my dogs would eat this over meat)
Bell peppers ,red, green, or yellow (fresh or frozen)
Green beans (fresh, frozen or canned, rinsed and drained)
Pumpkin (canned, 100% pure, no spices in it or fresh, steamed no seeds or skin)
Sweet potato (baked, microwave mashed or dehydrated slices)
Peas (fresh or frozen)
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