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Check out 7 Food Dogs Love to Eat That You Don’t Know

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Food Dogs Love Eat: A dog is man’s best friend and should always care for his best friend. That’s why dog-owners pamper their special furry buddies like no other. Which is why, they’re always looking for varied delicacies to give their dog, to reward them for being such “good boys/girls”!

Check out 7 Food Dogs Love to Eat That You Don't Know

For those dog lovers who just want to see their special pooches wag their tails in happiness, here’s a list of 7 food dogs will love to eat; and bark in appreciation.

1. Meat and Fish

As a result of their DNA dogs are meat lovers. No dog can resist the smell and taste of meat and fish.

Some of the most common meats included in dog diets are: Beef, Chicken, Liver, Turkey, Venison and Duck. Real meat is a perfect source of organic protein.  Meat is also a good source of vitamins A, E, the entire B complex and B12.

2. Oat Meal

Yes, Oat Meal is a delight for dogs, so when you’re making oat meal next time have your dog in mind. It’s a fabulous alternative to grain for dogs allergic to wheat, and helps the senior dogs with their irritable bowels.

Oatmeal is a soluble fiber, which means that dogs find it very easy to eat and swallow. Keep in mind that cooking the oatmeal is a must, without adding any sugar or additives.

3. Apples

The saying; an apple a day keeps the doctor doesn’t only apply to humans. Dogs need apples too to keep the Vet away. Apples are loaded with anti-oxidants and Vitamin-C.

Moreover, they are fiber-rich, and this fiber helps to clean the residue off your dog’s teeth, which leads to fresher breath.

Be sure to take out the core and seeds before you give your dog an apple, and if they find the skin uncomfortable to swallow, peel that off as well!

4. Watermelon

Dogs play and run around a lot, which could lead to dehydration. Watermelon is 91% water in weight and can help out a great deal, in keeping the dog hydrated.

Watermelons are low calorie, and high on Lycopene and Thiamin, as well as minerals and fibers. They are also rich in Vitamin A, B6 and C.

But when it comes to feeding your dog watermelons, remember that it can sometimes cause digestive issues, and therefore must strictly be provided in moderation, to your pet.

5. Green Beans

Green Beans on the menu feels out of place because humans seldom appreciate this food. Surprisingly, dogs have a thing for good food and In fact, they gobble them up, because they’re so filling and crunchy!

Taste factor aside, Green Beans are good for your pooch for many reasons. Green Beans are rich in Omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins A, C, and K.

They’re also a good source of a number of nutrients like Calcium, Copper, Fiber, Folic Acid, Iron, Niacin, Manganese, Potassium, Riboflavin and Thiamin, as well as Beta Carotene. Not only that, they’re low in calories; so they make for a fit, healthy and happy dog!

6. Carrots

Dogs love vegetables too, especially carrots. They love to nibble on them like rabbits. They’re juicy and crunchy enough to be a fun exercise for your dog’s jaw muscles.

Unsurprisingly, they are great for dogs’ dental health. They are very high in Fiber, Vitamin-A and Beta Carotene; and very low in calories.

And a bonus feature of carrots is that they strengthen vision, and can even improve your dog’s night vision. Chop a carrot into small pieces so it’s not a choking hazard!

7. Eggs

For fam house dog owners, missing eggs in the poultry isn’t new. Some farm house dog owners have come to agree with the fact that dogs love eggs and has included it their diets.

So if you’re reading this for the first time, your dog loves eggs, whether you scramble, boil or poach them; eggs are great snack for your dog.

They are a very good source of protein, and should be made a part of your dog’s daily diet. Eggs are also rich in Riboflavin and Selenium, which make them a wholesome meal for your dog indeed, adding to the delicious pleasure they provide.

But be sure to cook the eggs well before you present it to your pooch. Raw eggs can cause all kinds of trouble for their fur, and can even cause a Biotin deficiency problem.

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