I am always in a bind on what to feed my dogs, other than the lamb and rice pellets I give them each and everyday. While many have asked me to stick to that particular diet, I have also looked for ways to inject some excitement to their meals and make them happy. and this goes for snacks! So I went over some studies, and came up with the top five human meals for dogs (which can be easily found in my kitchen). So make them a snack from time to time and give them a treat!
1. Scrambled eggs
No fuss meals are the best. And this rings true for simple scrambled eggs. Eggs are a great source of protein- as long as they are fully cooked.
2. Fruit salad
No i am not talking about the canned fruit cocktail which you mix with mayo and condensed milk (though that’s pretty delicious). I’m really talking about fruits mixed together for their delicious dose of vitamin C and fiber. Dogs can eat melons, including watermelon, honeydew, cantaloupe, blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries. But if there’s one thing you can NEVER feed your dogs, it’s grapes, which can cause kidney failure in dogs.
3. Unsalted butter-free popcorn
As long as these are unsalted and unbuttered. And plain and air-popped. popped popcorn? This snack gives your dog a healthy dose of phosphorous, magnesium, and calcium. And make sure that you pick out any un-popped kernels.
4. Pasta with peas and carrots
This is easy as boiling your pasta and adding peas and carrots. You can use even the frozen packs of peas and carrots to make things easy.
5. Cooked oatmeal
Cooked oatmeal is a great source of soluble fiber, it is especially beneficial to old dogs with bowel irregularity issues. Just make sure that what you give is not flavored or have no artificial sweeteners.
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