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When we think of protein sources for dogs, meat and poultry tend to be on the list because they are the more natural, accessible options for our pets.
What dog doesn’t love a good bit of chicken? While these food sources are great, it can be beneficial to mix things up with some fish every now and then because of the great taste and health benefits.
The problem for some dog owners is that they are not too sure what fish to feed them.
Can dogs eat tuna fish? The obvious answer may appear to be yes – as it is a common food stuff and an ingredient in some dog food – but there are different views on the subject.
For some tuna fish is a great food source when handled correctly; for others, the risks are just too great.
There are many questions asked about feeding vegetables to dogs, and one of the most common is can dogs eat peas?
Peas are one of the most common additions to the plates of humans that want their five a day, but is it safe to assume that these simple vegetables can be added to dog food too? It is certainly far too easy to flick a few off the table and into the dog bowl.
Are there any hidden dangers to peas in a dog’s diet or are they perhaps more beneficial and healthy for our canine friends than we first expect?
There are plenty of human foods in the average household that our pets would love to get their paws on if they could, especially the less-fussy dogs of the home, but not all of them are healthy for them.
One of the most common food related questions from dog owners is can dogs eat bread?Continue reading
Broccoli is one of those love it or hate it foods for humans, and some pet owners would say that it is just the same with dogs.
The question posed by many concerned dog owners, however, is can dogs eat broccoli? Is this vegetable really safe for them to consume and, if so, what restrictions should owners be aware of?
In this guide, the different sides of the story will be examined to look at the pros and cons of broccoli for dogs and the best methods of using it in meals. From there, it should be easy to determine the best approach.Continue reading