Dog Nutrition Made Simple.
Let’s face it, even the best-trained dog in the world is still a scavenger by nature. Many dogs are highly food driven and motivated. At any moment your dog can snatch something off the floor or the ground and eat it. Through training you can minimize this issue, however, it does not work with all dogs. This website is dedicated to dog owners that want to educate themselves on food safety for their dogs.
Ever wonder if your dog can eat that condiment you left on the table? How about the ones that get dropped on the ground at a family BBQ? Some condiments, like pickles, are relatively safe for your dog to eat. Others, such as mustard, can really cause some harm to your dog. The nutritional needs of dogs and humans are very different.
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Depending on the diet your dog is on, fruit should be up to around 2% of their daily intake. With so many varieties of fruit out there, it is hard to know which ones are safe and which are not. In this section, you will find what fruits dogs can eat. We will also show the fruits that are toxic for dogs to eat.
This entire section is dedicated to the wonderful world of vegetables. Here you will find useful information about dog nutrition and vegetables. Vegetables should take up no more than 7-10% of your dog’s daily food intake. This depends on the type of diet your dog is on. If you follow the Barf Diet, The vegetable intake should be right at 7%.
Just like fruits and condiments, some vegetables are safe while others are deadly. If you navigate to the page on vegetables, you will see everything that we posted that falls under the category of vegetables.
Not everything that comes from the bakery is harmful to your dog, however, some things are. Learn everything you need to know about baked goods and dogs.