We always try to keep our dog in his dog’s diet, but sometimes we just cannot resist the tender look that with his eyes means: “Can you give me a little of what you eat?”. If you feel inclined to give your dog table food, consider the list that we will present below, which will detail the products from the family table that meet approval for your dog’s consumption.
- Peanut butter: It is a prize for some dogs, not only is it an excellent source of protein; it contains heart-healthy fats, vitamin B, niacin that will help the proper functioning of the digestive system and Finally, the Vitamin E. Always choose butter without salt and raw.
- Chicken: It can be supplied together with the usual concentrate to add a source of protein to your food, or use as a replacement meal in a time of trouble.
- Cheese: It is a healthy food as long as your dog is not lactose intolerant. You should opt for low-fat cheeses like the cottage cheese, a derivative from the curd.
- Carrot: It is excellent for your dog’s teeth as it helps keep them healthy and prevents bad breath, is a source of vitamin A that strengthens the vision of your pet.
- Yogurt: It has a high content of calcium and protein, you should choose yogurt that does not contain artificial sweeteners or sugars. A yogurt with active bacteria can act as a probiotic that will help your dog’s digestion.
- Salmon: It is a source of omega 3, responsible for keeping your dog bright and healthy coat, additionally helps your pet has a stronger immune system . You can supply it cooked, salmon oil in its concentrate or the skin of the fish.
- Pumpkin: It contains a lot of fiber which will maintain a healthy digestive system, and it has vitamin A that contributes to improving the vision, the regeneration of the skin and strength in bones and nails.
- Egg: This food contains protein and vitamin B2 that will help to prevent diseases of the skin. It is also a delicious and easy to digest sandwich for your dog.
- Apple: Helps to clean the teeth and freshen the breath of the dogs, also contains fiber, vitamin A and C, it is recommended that you take out the center and the seeds of the fruit.
- Oats: This food can be supplied cooked and can be used to help dogs suffering from digestive problems remember not to add sugar or artificial flavoring.
These are some of the foods with which you can complement your dog’s meals. You must keep in mind to supply in small quantities. If you notice your dog is suffering from an allergic reaction, consult the veterinarian immediately. Before providing any food to your dog, investigate how safe it is.
Never feed your dog with foods that can be toxic to him or cause indigestion problems. Examples of those foods are in the article: 10 Forbidden Foods for Dogs