Can Dogs Eat Vegetables?

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Dogs can eat vegetables and it is in fact recommended that dogs should eat a balanced diet that includes vegetables, meat and fruits. Some of the vegetables dogs can eat include spinach and carrots.
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What Vegetables Can Dogs Eat?
Pet nutritionists, Pat McKay, Anitra Frazier and Celeste Yarnall, believe that giving your dog vegetables as part of his daily diet can help prevent certain diseases. Vegetables contain many essential vitamins and minerals that dogs need for a long,... More »
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Yes, dogs can eat vegetables with the exception of onions and garlic. Most veggies should be cut up into small pieces or run through a blender so the dog does not choke.
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