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We want to take a look at a list of 10 foods normally for people that have the ability to give your dog great nourishment and healthy well-being. We have listed 10 human foods dogs can eat and enjoy.

Dog owners often wonder if their dogs can eat certain foods, like beans, yogurt, and salmon which are relatively safe for dogs. It’s possible you are aware that an excess of human food can lead to illness or obesity(overweight) on the part of your dog. However, some ‘human’ foods can be ‘moderately’ included in the meals of your dog and be trusted to fortify her nutrition and also excite her with variety. Always remember that there is a limit for the volume of added foods to a dog’s meal. It is advised that supplements to a dog’s meal should make up a maximum of 25% of the energy (caloric) needs of the dog per week.

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For those who are troubled by the possibility of their dogs being allergic to certain foods, you can look up topics which treat the different food allergies common to dogs.

1) Ground/Oil Flax Seed: This is one of the best sources of the vital fatty acids for coat and skin, which is called Omega-3 fatty acids. To prevent the fats going rancid early, it is better to grind the seeds before feeding.These seeds are also a constant supplier of fiber to your dog’s system.

The flax oil lacks fiber but has a higher concentration of Omega-3 fatty acids. The best way to store the seeds or oil is to keep them in the fridge in a dark container with no space for air.

2) Yogurt: Yogurt has a significant concentration of protein and calcium. It is better to pick a yogurt which has a viable bacteria in it and lacks artificial sugars or other sweeteners. The viable bacteria can function as probiotics. It is advisable to select a yogurt that is free from fat and fat substitutes like Olestra and Simplesse. During summer, frozen yogurt is well appreciated by dogs.

3) Pumpkin: This food adds a sizeable amount of beta carotene which supplies vitamin A and essential fiber to a dog’s diet. It is more common to see dog owners lean towards very digestible foods that can reduce the amount of stool which is not wise as one needs to ensure the gastro intestinal tract keeps moving to make the gut-lining cells healthy enough.

4) Salmon: Salmon has the potential to supply Omega 3 fatty acids to your pet’s diet. Apart from being good for the coat and skin, it also boosts the immune system. There are signs to indicate that Salmons may serve allergic dogs very well. It is available as Salmon and Salmon oil. It is advisable to cook Salmon before serving it as there is a tendency for raw salmon to transmit a parasite which is pathogenic for your dog.

5) Green Beans: These beans are rich in vitamins C and K, manganese and fiber. For dogs that put on weight quickly, it is wise to replace a few of her usual foods with green beans to reduce the number of calories. It also helps such dogs to retain a weight that is healthy for them. A lot of dogs prefer their green beans to be frozen.

6) Sweet Potatoes: These are very rich in beta carotene, vitamins B6 and C, manganese and dietary fiber. When sliced and well dehydrated, sweet potatoes are a great meal for your dog.This affordable, straightforward and nourishing meal is often overlooked due to the availability of a significant number of treats.

7) Brewer’s Yeast: This is the yeast which remains after the production of alcohol.The tangy flavor of this yeast is attractive to many dogs. Brewer’s yeast is a great source of B vitamins which nourishes the coat and skin as well as promote the metabolism of carbohydrate. It is important to be able to differentiate brewer’s yeast from baking yeast which is dangerous for your dog. To improve your dog’s appetite, spray a little on the dog’s meal, and you will be amazed at how fast she will devour the meal.

8) Eggs: Eggs are very rich in riboflavin, easily digestible protein and selenium. Eggs have the ability to give protein support to dogs that are susceptible to digestive problems. Including eggs to your dog’s meal is a healthy way to feed your pet. Feeding your dogs raw egg whites may lead to a deficiency of biotin and may contain dngerous bacteria so, it is necessary to cook the eggs before serving. For dogs undergoing training, try to take a few boiled eggs to the next session and excite your dog. I wouldn’t feed eggs to a dog everyday but if the eggs are thoroughly cooked and given now and then, eggs make a healthy treat.

9) Oatmeal: Oatmeal has the potential to help older dogs with possible difficulty in keeping the bowels regular as they are rich in soluble fiber.For dogs with wheat allergies, oatmeal is a great alternative for grain. It improves the function of probiotics when combined with them.It is necessary to cook oatmeals and leave them plain with zero flavors and sugars. It is wise to consult your veterinarian before altering the diet of your dog particularly those taking medications.Tampering with the mineral and vitamin balance of the diet of your dog may be dangerous for your dog, and there are medicines which cause reactions when combined with a few nutrients.

10) Apples: Apples are known to contain chemicals called phytonutrients which can protect against cancer. They provide vitamins A and C. Dogs should avoid the core of apples as it contains cyanide. The cumulative effects of eating these seeds over the years could be deadly. Generally, your dog will always love a crunchy meal of apple.

Top quality food for their dogs is mainly the goal of dog owners. When done side by side with a health care schedule, healthy nutrition can increase the lifespan of a dog by 15 percent.

The recommendations above are mainly suggestions for more alternatives regarding dog meals and do not intend to change the usual balanced diet of your dog, As always, we recommend checking with your Vet.