Eight types of human food that is good for dogs

#1 Oatmeal
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Oatmeal consists of a good source of dietary fiber, minerals, and vitamins found in dog food. It is beneficial for dogs with irregular bowel movements. Serve your dogs with cook oatmeal without any sugar or additional additives.

#2 Apples
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Apples consist of fiber, Vitamin A & C. Apples help freshen bad breath. If your dogs like apples, make sure you extract out the seeds before feeding them as it could cause cyanide poisoning.

#3 Peanut Butter
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Peanut Butter is a great source of protein, Vitamin B & E, niacin and healthy fats! Before feeding it to your dogs, make sure it doesn’t contain any additives as it might harm their body internally.

#4 Parsley
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Some of us do hate parsley because of the distinctive taste, but it could be a good source of food for your dogs as it contains calcium and potassium. It could also help your dogs eliminate bad breath.

#5 Carrots
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Rabbits love carrots; we hope your dogs too! Carrots are high fiber and low in calories; it could strengthen your dog’s teeth.

#6 Salmon
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Salmon is a good source of omega-3 fatty acids which boosts immunity and helps keep a healthy coat. However, never feed your dog raw salmon. Cooked salmon or store-bought capsules with fish oils are the safest option. 

#7 Chicken
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Cooked chicken can be a good additional source of protein to your dog’s diet. It also makes for a good meal replacement if you’re out of dog food. Boiled chicken is a recommended recovery food for dogs with diarrhoea too.

#8 Liver
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Liver is high in iron and vitamin A and contains many essential nutrients your dog needs. You can serve your dog cooked liver or even buy dehydrated liver in pet stores. However, be sure to control their serving sizes as too much of it can be toxic. Servings should not exceed 28g for medium and large sized dogs and 14g for smaller dogs.

Source: https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/human-foods-for-dogs

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