10 Foods Dogs Love to Eat

10 Foods Dogs Love to Eat

Podcast | Kiara – 10 Foods Dogs Love to Eat

 

We all know that dogs are a great company, but did you know they can also be your best buddy in the kitchen? Dogs love to help out with cooking and baking. They’re like little furry chefs! Today we’ll take a look at 10 foods that most dogs love to eat. We will explore why these ingredients are so appealing for our four-legged friends and how you can use them in your own dog recipes!

brown dog confused between veg and non-veg food

Table of Contents

  1. List of the top 10 food for the dog
  2. Some other options in a mixed way
  3. Bacon
  4. Pizza crust

1. List of the top 10 food for the dog

There are so many foods that dogs love to eat. Here’s a list of the top ten!

  1. Cheese 
  2. Peanut butter 
  3. Bacon 
  4. Hot dogs 
  5. Chicken breast, cooked or raw, without the bones and skin 
  6. Canned pumpkin puree (not pie filling) mixed with water or broth for a healthy treat that can be frozen in ice cube trays and thawed as needed to give your dog some variety in his diet 
  7. Raw carrots cut into sticks for an easy snack on the go that will keep him busy while you’re cooking dinner or doing other chores around the house 
  8. Cooked sweet potatoes mashed with a little bit of canned pumpkin puree (not pie filling) mixed with water or broth for another healthy treat that can be frozen in ice cube trays and thawed as needed to give your dog some variety in his diet 
  9. White rice cooked in chicken broth is another great meal for dogs to enjoy as it’s high in protein and carbohydrates; just be sure not to add any salt or spices to the dish when cooking it! This should be served cold so you can feed it as a snack or as part of a meal on its own without worrying about spoilage!
  10. Cooked brown rice is also an excellent choice because of its nutritional value- but make sure you cook this one well before serving it up to your pup! Brown rice can contain bacteria if not prepared correctly which could lead to stomach upset in humans who eat them too…so don’t forget that step!

 

Carrots, apples, or celery sticks dipped in peanut butter or cream cheese for a healthy snack.

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2. Some other options in a mixed way

Cooked brown rice, sweet potatoes, or carrots are all great options.

These can be mixed with a little bit of canned pumpkin puree (not pie filling) and water to make them more interesting for your pup! They’re also an excellent source of fibre which is important in helping keep their digestive system running smoothly after they eat too much during the holidays as well. Peanut butter makes it easy because you don’t have any messes from licking off cream cheese but feel free use whichever type suits him best; apple slices dipped into peanut sauce would work here just like dipping celery sticks works nicely when serving up some healthy snacks that he’ll love…it’s really about what tastes good before anything else so experiment away until find.

The same goes for white rice, though less likely due to the lack of nutrients found within white rice itself; however, there are still risks associated with undercooked grains like this so always err on the side of caution.

golden pup grabbing carrots in his mouth

3. Bacon

Dogs can eat bacon, but it should be fed in moderation because large amounts may include too much salt and fat for their small bodies. Some dogs who have food allergies or intolerances to certain proteins are also allergic/intolerant to pork products like ham or other processed meat containing pig skin (including sausage). It is important that you know your dog’s dietary needs before feeding them anything outside the norm! If he has reacted badly at all with any type of protein then this would not a safe option as well unless advised otherwise by his veterinarian/​caretaker​s’ recommendation.”

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4. Pizza crust

 Dogs find anything with yeast in it irresistible, and what could be better than pizza? It can also provide them healthy fibre if you use whole wheat flour instead of refined white or all-purpose flours.

Angry dog eating pizza

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