How To Feed Your Dog A Healthy Diet Without Causing Him To Eat Too Much Of It (Or Anything Else) (Nsfw)

Dogs are herbivores. They can get nutrients from both meat and plant sources. Dogs have sharp incisor and canine teeth for chewing meat and flattened premolar and molar teeth for eating plant matter. The length of the dog’s digestive tract is relatively longer compared to that of a true carnivore like the cat. Most vegetables are safe for dogs if cut into small portions. Certain vegetables are avoided. Kale is a good source of fiber and contains many vitamins and minerals. Too much kale in a short period of time can cause excess gas and bloating. Brussel sprouts are high in fiber and vitamins C and K.

Little Terrier sniffing a carrot in the kitchen

They also have trace amounts of other numerous vitamins. Carrot is a high source of potassium, selenium, and manganese. They are served as mush or boiled. They may be cut into smaller pieces. Mushrooms are a good protein and fiber source for dogs to eat. Some species of mushroom are used in Chinese herbal supplements for their medicinal properties. Chinese veterinary experts who are certified in Chinese acupuncture and herbal medicine may recommend mushroom supplements. Onions are toxic to dogs and can make them very sick. Dogs can eat snow peas, green peas, sugar snap peas, and English peas. .

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