Can Dogs Eat Vegetables?


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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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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