1. PEANUT BUTTER
Try stuffing your dog’s bone with peanut butter. It contains heart healthy fats, along withvitamin B, niacin and vitamin E.
As long as your dog isn’t lactose intolerant, low-fat cheeses can be a great treat option for your canine friend.
Carrots are high in Vitamin A and beta- carotene that is good to improve your eyesight and benefit your teeth, making them a great choice to share with your pet.
Pumpkin is rich in vitamin A, which is great to keep their GI tract moving and help with doggy digestive issues.
Eggs are high in protein and easy digestible, making them a perfect choice in sharing a romantic brunch with your pup.
An apple can help freshen your dog’s stinky breath but don’t forget to take out the seeds and core as they can be a choking hazard.
Oatmeal is a great source of fiber that is good both for you and your dog. Make sure to cook it before serving without sugars or artificial sweeteners.
The good kind of fat found in salmon can help improve not only your hair and nails but also your dog’s coat.
Pineapple contains both calcium and potassium and is great for a summer treat. Try freezing fresh chunks to give your pet as a sweet snack.
Rice is great for your dog, especially if they’re having stomach troubles.
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