Many fruits and vegetables are safe for dogs to eat, including green beans, pumpkin and apple slices. Lean meats such as salmon or skinless chicken can also be good for dogs in moderation. More »

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration says that bones, including large ham bones and beef bones, are never safe for dogs. People need to discard bones in a way that makes it difficult for dogs to retrieve them, and dogs ... More »

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Dogs should never eat avocado, bread dough, chocolate, grapes, raisins, hops, moldy foods, onions, garlic, xylitol or dairy products. Dogs should also never drink alcohol, milk or caffeinated liquids. The extent of damag... More »

In addition to their standard raw meat or dedicated manufactured food diets, dogs can eat apples, blueberries, strawberries, watermelon, carrots, sweet potatoes, lettuce, spinach, catnip, green beans, squash, zucchini an... More »

Aside from typical dog food, dogs are safely able to munch on flax seed, yogurt, green beans, sweet potatoes, salmon, pumpkin, apples, oatmeal, eggs and brewer's yeast. Some other human foods that dogs can enjoy occasion... More »

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Many human foods are good for dogs, including yogurt, green beans and cored, seeded apples. Peanut butter is also a fairly healthy treat; it also makes a good distraction when stuffed into a Kong or other food-dispensing... More »

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Among the vegetables that are safe for dogs to consume include potatoes, sweet potatoes, asparagus, carrots, peas and green beans. The vegetables may be served raw, cooked, boiled, steamed, grilled or dehydrated, but it ... More »