13 Surprising Foods You Can Feed Your Dog
His palate may be more refined than you think
You’re finishing dinner and you look down to see the saddest slash hungriest eyes you’ve ever seen. It’s your pup, of course, and he’s pining for whatever’s left on your plate. Can his little body handle your leftover Seamless? Probably not. But there are a lot of foods you can treat him to. Here, 13 foods you might not know you can feed your dog.
Because no one should be left out of the summer fun--just make sure to pick out the seeds.
Whole wheat bread
It’s good for their gut health.
Just make sure little Oakley isn’t lactose intolerant first.
Fiber galore and easy to store. Just avoid any sugary or spicy pie fillings.
Try lightly poaching to help absorb all the nutrients.
A solid choice if your pooch has to drop a few pounds.
Can alleviate allergy symptoms.
Strengthens the immune system.
Want to spoil Lady Pawpaw? Try this.
An easily digestible source of protein.
Unflavored is best.
The omega-3 fatty acid is the key to a shiny coat.
Try skinless and boneless in water or olive oil and your dog will love you forever.