Human Foods You Can — And Can’t — Feed Your Dog
We all think of our pets like family.
So, it’s natural that we want to share what’s on our plate.
But should you … really?
We’ve written about how your dog’s eats shouldn’t always be like yours to be healthy (check out Kristen’s AWESOME article here), but we recently found this infographic that breaks down exactly what human foods pups can — and cannot — eat from CyberPet.com to be super handy dandy.
It even includes money-saving tips and what to do if you give your four-legged friend something on the do-not-eat list!
(The one note we’d add is that, while peanut butter makes for a great treat, there are some versions out there that contain xylitol, which is considered a safe alternative to sugar for humans, but it’s lethal to dogs, so be sure to check the label first.)
Infographic: Human Foods You Can — And Can’t — Feed Your Dog
What’s your favorite safe human food to give your pup? Siena was always such a big fan of pumpkin and plain peanut butter! –Jenn
Corn it says is not recommended, yet it is in 90% of all dog food. Bacon is also not recommended. What about Bacon Bits sold in stores?
Thanks for such a beautiful post, very informative and useful article, how long did the work take?
Thanks for sharing
Thank you for sharing this important information. I’ve shared it on social media. Our dog loves green beans and carrots…but he also begs for cheese, almonds, and cookies. We did so good for years only feeding him healthy foods, but then he got old and we got soft. Now we’ve created a lovable monster. 🙂
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