The 10 vegetables that can be given to dogs

If you want to start a mixture of homemade dishes for your dog, know that in addition to meat and starchy foods, you must incorporate vegetables, sources of minerals, vitamins and especially fiber. However, beware, some plants can be dangerous for your doggie, so here is the list of those you can give him safely.

Be careful, before giving your dog vegetables, always steam them without adding salt or fat to make them more digestible for your doggie.

Squash and zucchini

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Rich in vitamin C, zucchini is also a vegetable with high water content, which will have the benefit of hydrating your dog.

Pumpkin

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Rich in fiber, minerals, carotenoids, and water, pumpkin and pumpkin can help improve your dog’s digestion, especially in case of constipation, and have beneficial effects on his hair.

Green beans

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In order not to be toxic to your dog, green beans should always be well cooked. Highly appreciated by dogs, they are rich in fiber, vitamins and omega 3.

The carrot

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Beta-carotene contained in the carrot ensures your dog a shiny and silky coat. This vegetable is also an excellent antioxidant and has beneficial effects on lowering cholesterol levels, on digestion or sight.

Sweet potato

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Rich in minerals, vitamins, and amino acids, the sweet potato must be given mixed or cooked.

Celery

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Rich in fiber, vitamins and antioxidant properties, celery is excellent for your dog’s digestion.

Fennel

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Fennel rich in fiber also has antispasmodic properties, that is to say, it prevents the formation of intestinal gas.
Spinach
Rich in nitrates, spinach can improve blood flow in some regions of the brain. It is also an excellent source of B9 vitamins and folic acid.