Rice: you can eat
Dogs can eat plain and cooked brown or white rice.
Rice is very easy to digest by the dog and can help relieve stomach upset.
You can give rice to your dog alone or in combination with a little chicken or turkey to get extra protein.
Beef: you can eat
Lean beef is safe for dogs to eat.
In fact, beef is a common ingredient in many dog foods. It is a great source of protein and many important vitamins and minerals that your dog needs for general health.
The beef you feed your dog should be smooth, without any additional sauces or spices. They often contain ingredients that can be harmful to your dog, such as salt.
Lemons and limes: you can not eat
Lemons and limes can be toxic to your dog.
This is because the peel of lemons and limes contain a substance called psoralen, which can cause gastrointestinal symptoms such as vomiting and diarrhea).
If psoralen is consumed by large numbers of dogs, you may experience more severe symptoms such as muscle twitching, difficulty walking, liver failure and death.
Raw yeast dough: You can not eat
For dogs, raw yeast dough is extremely dangerous.
Raw yeast cake is worrying because yeast cells produce alcohol during fermentation, which can lead to alcohol and death poisoning if the dog consumes it.
In addition, dogs that eat raw yeast dough may experience severe flatulence because the dough spreads in their stomachs. This can cause breathing difficulties and weakness.
Bananas: you can eat
Dogs can eat bananas in moderation.
Bananas are rich in fiber and many vitamins and minerals. Some also argue that bananas help alleviate nausea in dogs, but this has not been proven on the basis of scientific evidence.
You can mix a bit of mashed banana with regular dog food or feed it with a slice or two as an occasional feast.
Strawberries: you can eat
Your dog can easily eat strawberries in moderation.
Strawberries are a healthy delicacy for dogs because they have low caloric content but contain a lot of nutrients, antioxidants and fiber.
Before feeding your dog with strawberries, cut them into small pieces to prevent choking.
Oranges: you can eat
Dogs can eat oranges in small quantities.
Oranges are an excellent feast for dogs because they contain a lot of nutrients and low calories.
However, in some dogs it happens that oranges cause stomach upsets and therefore should eat them in moderation.
Normal, unsalted peanuts are safe for dogs to eat in small quantities.
Like other nuts, peanuts have a high fat content and can contribute to weight gain and pancreatitis if your dog eats too much.
In addition, peanuts often contain additional ingredients, such as salt, which can be harmful to dogs. If you feed your dog peanuts, it's best to give him some ordinary peanuts at once.
Mushrooms: you can eat
Mushrooms bought in the shop, such as portobello mushrooms, are safe for dogs.
However, only feed ordinary mushrooms that have not been combined with additional ingredients such as garlic and onion, which can cause adverse effects in dogs.
In addition, it is worth noting that some wild mushrooms are toxic to your dog and can cause fungal poisoning.
Potatoes: you can eat
Dogs can eat ordinary potatoes that have been cooked.
However, you should never feed your dog with raw potatoes. Raw potatoes contain solanine, a toxic compound for dogs. Cooking potatoes reduces their level of solanine.
Potatoes should be given to dogs only in small amounts, because their high carbohydrate content can make dogs gain weight by eating them in large quantities.