Here are some human foods dogs can safely eat

Many foods that humans eat are not suitable for dogs due to physiological differences. Many are dangerous for dogs because they are difficult to digest or may contain high levels of fat. There are also human foods that dogs can safely eat.

Veterinary Internal Medicine Specialist Dr. Ebru Akbaş gave the following information about the human food that dogs can eat:


APPLE: Can eat except seeds. It contains vitamin A, vitamin C and fiber that your dog needs for his health.

PEAR: Pears are sweet, tender and juicy, and many dogs love them. Don’t let your dog eat his heart.

ORANGE: Peeled oranges are safe for dogs. Give them in moderation as some dogs don’t digest them well and they are quite high in sugar.

SIN: Dogs can eat peaches, but not the seeds. Avoid canned peaches that contain high amounts of sugar or potentially harmful artificial sweeteners.

WATERMELON: Dogs can eat watermelon, but not the rind or the many seeds. Watermelon contains potassium and various vitamins.

MELON: It can eat except the seeds and the shell. It should be given in small amounts to dogs that are overweight or prone to weight gain.

LAWYER: Avocados are high in fat, so only give your dog a small amount.

MANGO: Dogs can eat peeled mangoes in moderation, but not the seeds. Peel the mangoes and cut the flesh into small pieces.

PINEAPPLE: Dogs can eat peeled pineapple. It is a very nutritious and mineral-rich fruit that your dog needs for good health.

BANANAIt is rich in potassium and contains vitamin C, vitamin B6, protein, fiber and other nutrients that dogs need. Do not eat the banana peels as it can cause congestion.

BLACKBERRY: Contains vitamin C, fiber and other nutrients your dog needs. They contain antioxidants which are great for aging dogs.

BLUEBERRIES: They are full of fiber, vitamin C and antioxidants. Your dog should not eat the stem and leaves.

CHERRY: Dogs can eat very small amounts of cherries, excluding the pips. The core contains small amounts of cyanide and also poses a choking or choking hazard.

RASPBERRY: Dogs can eat raspberries. They contain many of the same nutrients as other fruits, including fiber, vitamin C, and various antioxidants.

STRAWBERRY: Dogs can eat strawberries. They’re low in calories and high in antioxidants, so they’ll help your dog maintain a healthy, healthy weight.


TOMATOES: Tomatoes are safe for dogs.

POTATOES: Dogs can eat potatoes, as long as they are cooked.

CUCUMBER: Dogs can eat cucumbers. Cucumbers are a great snack for dogs that need extra moisture.

ASPARAGUS: Dogs can eat asparagus provided it is cooked. Raw asparagus is difficult to chew and swallow. May present a choking or choking hazard.

GREEN PEPPER: Dogs can eat peppers. They are sweet and contain vitamin C and antioxidants.

BROCCOLI: Dogs can eat broccoli, but don’t overdo it, it can be toxic.

CARROT: It is an excellent snack for dogs and contains vitamin A and other nutrients.

CELERY: Celery is safe for dogs. Celery contains fiber and lots of water.

SWEET CORN: Corn is safe for dogs. In fact, commercial dog foods often contain corn.

GREEN BEANS: Low-calorie green beans are among the human foods that dogs can safely eat.

MUSHROOMS: Dogs can eat mushrooms, as long as they are store-bought varieties. Never let your dog eat wild mushrooms that you find outdoors, as many of them are also poisonous to dogs.

SPINACH: Dogs can eat spinach. It contains vitamins A, B, C and K, as well as fiber.

PUMPKIN: Dogs can eat zucchini. It is low in calories. It’s lightweight and won’t stop your dog from eating it.


ALMOND: Dogs can eat some almonds.

Cashew nut: Dogs can eat limited amounts of cashews.

PEANUT BUTTER: Peanut butter is safe for dogs. But be sure to choose a brand that does not contain xylitol. Xylitol is an artificial sweetener that is toxic to dogs.

WALNUT: Dogs can eat nuts in limited amounts.

Pistachio: Dogs can eat limited amounts of pistachios.


BREAD: Dogs can eat white wheat bread as long as it is cooked. Do not give bread dough to your dog.

CHEESE: Dogs can eat limited amounts of cheese.

EGG: Eggs are one of the human foods that dogs can safely eat as long as they are cooked and without shells. It can be dangerous to feed raw eggs to dogs as they may contain salmonella.

DEAR: Honey is safe for most dogs.

EXPLODED SWEET CORN: Dogs can eat popcorn. It contains fiber and is a fun and tasty snack for dogs when given in moderation.

RICE: Rice Rice is safe for dogs.

SHRIMP: Dogs can eat shrimp as long as it is cooked.

TONNE FISH: Dogs can eat cooked tuna. Also, choose tuna packed in water, not oil.

TURKEY: Dogs can eat turkey, except for its skin, wings and bones.

YOGURT: Yogurt is safe for most dogs.

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