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Corn: you can eat

Dogs can eat maize in moderate amounts.

Corn is a good source of some vitamins and minerals and a common ingredient in many types of dog food. A spoon or two pieces of corn per day constitute a suitable portion for dogs.

Although ordinary, cooked corn kernels are safe for dogs, you should never feed your dog's maize corn with the butt. The flask poses a choking hazard and can cause intestinal obstruction when ingested.


Tomatoes: limit

It's okay to feed your tomatoes with dogs as an occasional feast, as long as they are ripe.

On the other hand, green potatoes may contain significant amounts of solanine, which can be toxic to humans and dogs in sufficient quantities.

Dogs who consume too much tomato solanine may experience nausea, abnormal heartbeat, muscle weakness and difficulty in breathing.


Green peas: you can eat

It is basically safe for dogs to eat green peas.

Green peas are a common ingredient in many types of dog food. Dogs not only consider them to be tasty, but also green peas have low calories and contain many nutrients, which makes them a healthy feast for your dog.

However, feed your dog fresh or frozen peas, not preserves. Canned peas often contain salt that is harmful to dogs in large quantities.


Oat flakes: you can eat

Normal oatmeal is safe for your dog.

Oatmeal provides a lot of fiber, as well as some vitamins and minerals.

As with all foods, you should give porridge moderately so that it does not gain weight.

In addition, it is important to feed the sheep with plain porridge instead of the flavored oatmeal. The oatmeal flavor may have additional ingredients that can be harmful to your dog.


Coffee and tea: you can not eat

Coffee and tea are dangerous for dogs to eat due to the caffeine content.

Caffeine stimulates the dog's nervous system, which can lead to a number of symptoms, including hyperactivity, vomiting, diarrhea, elevated pulse, convulsions and convulsions.

Pulmonary failure and abnormal heart rhythm may result from excessive caffeine, which can eventually lead to death.

Even small amounts of caffeine can cause adverse effects in dogs, so always keep tea and coffee out of reach of the dog.


Apples: you can eat

Apples that have been sliced ​​are safe and healthy for dogs to eat.

Apples provide a significant amount of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. In addition, they are rich in fiber, which can have a positive effect on the dog's digestive system.

However, you should never feed your canine apple seeds because they contain cyanide, a chemical that can be poisonous in large quantities. You should always remove the seeds before feeding your dog.


Garlic: You can not eat

You should never feed your dog with garlic.

Garlic contains chemicals called thiosulphates that are toxic to dogs. Thiosulphates can damage your dog's red blood cells and lead to anemia. Garlic consumption can also lead to symptoms such as vomiting and diarrhea in dogs.

In severe cases, dogs may need a blood transfusion if they consume large amounts of garlic. Therefore, it is important to avoid feeding the garlic dog even in small amounts.


Broccoli: you can eat

Dogs can eat raw or boiled broccoli in moderation.

Broccoli is low-calorie vegetables that contain large amounts of many nutrients, which makes it a very healthy snack for your dog.

However, broccoli contains isothiocyanates, which are compounds that can irritate the dog's digestive system if too much of it. Therefore, the dog should be served as an occasional snack.


Chicken: you can eat

Boiled chicken is a healthy food safe for most dogs.

Chicken is one of the most common ingredients used in dog food because it is a great source of protein that your dog needs to keep healthy. You can feed your dog with your chicken or combine it with regular food.

It is worth noting that you should always remove the chicken from the bone before giving it to your dog. Chicken bones pose choking risks and can pierce the digestive tract.

In addition, it is important to avoid feeding the dog with raw chicken to prevent Salmonella infection.


Sweet potatoes: you can eat

Sweet potatoes are safe and healthy food for dogs to eat in moderate amounts.

Sweet potatoes are easy to digest and rich in vitamin A, which is important for the health and immune system of your dog.

You can add some sweet potatoes to your dog's regular feed or feed him as an occasional feast.

Keep in mind that too many vitamins