Dogs can eat mint depending on the variety. A fragrant plant that belongs to the Lamiaceae family, mint is often used as a breath freshener or food and drink flavouring. There are certain varieties that are safe for dogs to eat. These include wild mint, spearmint, peppermint, and catmint. A small amount of these mint… Continue reading Can Dogs Eat Mint?
Yes, dogs can eat crab but with caution and in moderation. Crabs are decapod crustaceans that are found in the ocean, in fresh water, and on land. They are covered with a thick exoskeleton, which is difficult for dogs to bite and chew on. On the other hand, their flesh is a soft, delicious treat… Continue reading Can Dogs Eat Crab?
Yes, dogs can eat sardines but it must be done with caution. Sardines are a type of small, oily fish from the herring family. Typically silver in colour, they are commercially sold in fresh, frozen, tinned, or jarred forms. Because they only feed on plankton, they do not contain high levels of mercury (unlike salmon).… Continue reading Can Dogs Eat Sardines?
Yes, dogs can eat hard boiled eggs. Cooked eggs are a great source of fatty acids, vitamins, minerals, and protein. From the white eggshells down to the yellowish yolk, adult dogs as well as puppies can benefit from eating hard boiled eggs. These provide essential nutrients that can aid in metabolism, immune function, muscle building… Continue reading Can Dogs Eat Hard Boiled Eggs?
No, dogs should not eat watermelon rinds. Watermelon is a refreshing fruit that contains large amounts of lycopene. It is a powerful antioxidant with multiple health benefits. It can protect a person from the sun, improve his heart health, and even lower the risk of certain types of cancer. Though the fruit itself is safe… Continue reading Can Dogs Eat Watermelon Rinds?
No, dogs should not eat limes. Similar to lemons and grapefruit, limes should not be fed to your dog at any time. This is because limes have fragrant essential oils (limonene and linalool) and a phototoxic compound (psoralens) that are considered toxic for dogs. Eating a small piece of the citrus fruit itself may not… Continue reading Can Dogs Eat Limes?
It is not recommended for dogs to eat hummus because of potentially harmful ingredients. Hummus is a dip, spread, or savory dish that originated from the Middle East. It is made up of cooked, mashed chickpeas, which are blended with tahini, lemon juice, and garlic. Cooked chickpeas are safe for dogs to eat as long… Continue reading Can Dogs Eat Hummus?
No, dogs cannot eat grapefruit because of harmful components found in it. Grapefruit is a citrus fruit that belongs to the rutaceae family. According to the ASPCA, it is toxic for both dogs and cats due to the essential oils and psoralens it contains. Even the grapefruit’s skin, peel, and seeds has psoralens, which can… Continue reading Can Dogs Eat Grapefruit?
It is not recommended for dogs to eat butter. Butter is a yellowish dairy product consisting of a “solid emulsion of fat globules, water, and inorganic salts produced by churning the cream from cows’ milk.” It is commonly used for cooking or baking. Pet Poison Helpline recommends that this fatty food should not be given… Continue reading Can Dogs Eat Butter?
No, dogs cannot eat raw potatoes. Potatoes are packed with carbohydrates, potassium, and B and C vitamins that can benefit your dog. However, raw potatoes should never be given to him because these contain a toxic compound called solanine. Ingesting raw potatoes can lead to blurred vision and slow heart rate. It can also affect… Continue reading Can Dogs Eat Raw Potatoes?
It is not recommended for dogs to eat vegan ice cream because of the ingredients used to make it. Vegan ice cream is usually made with plant-based sources such as coconut milk, almond milk, and soy milk. Though it does not contain lactose found in regular ice cream, it is still not advisable for dogs… Continue reading Can Dogs Eat Vegan Ice Cream?
Yes, dogs can eat nutritional yeast but only in limited amounts. Also called nooch, nutritional yeast is an inactive type of yeast made from sugarcane and beet molasses. It is low in calories but packed with protein, fiber, B vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Usually appearing in powder or flake form, the yellow-coloured yeast is used… Continue reading Can Dogs Eat Nutritional Yeast?