Can Dogs Eat Lettuce?

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Dogs have shorter digestive tracks than humans so before feeding the dog lettuce it may be wise to run it through a chopper first. Carrots, green beans, and yams are also safe treats for your dog.
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Can Dogs Eat Lettuce?
Most dogs can eat lettuce without issue, but not all of them will. Talk to your vet before making any changes to your dog's diet; with his approval, add a spoonful of shredded or pureed lettuce to his regular food daily, to give his digestive system time... More »
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While dogs can eat some vegatables, lettuce is not good for them. This type of greens can cause debilitating diarrhea, dehydration, and death of the animal.
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