Can Dogs Eat Potatoes?


Dogs should not eat potatoes as they contain oxalates, which can affect the digestive, nervous, and urinary systems. This is more of a problem in livestock. You should ask your vet to recommend quality dog food.
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i need help my dog a a potatoe and every one says its bad what shall i do ??
Your dog will benefit from a diet that includes vegetables rich in digestible fiber, which helps maintain healthy weight, and phytochemcials, which help to prevent disease. Most modern-day
Dogs can eat Broccoli, spinach, carrots, celery, bok, choy, capsicum, sweet potatoes. squash, yams, cauliflower, brussel sprouts anything except onions. http://www.boulderdogfoodcompany
Your dog shouldn't eat potatoes because they are on the list of foods dogs
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Yes, dogs can eat potatoes as long as they don't contain onions or garlic. As with any human food feed them to your dog in moderation. Dogs can eat most starches. You can find more information here:
Dogs should not eat potatoes. Their canine digestive systems are not designed to digest the starch properly. Dogs should eat foods specifically designed for them.
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