Fruits and Veggies You Can Feed Your Dog

Fruits and Veggies You Can Feed Your Dog

While it’s fun to give our pets treats, not all treats are the best for them. And while you may be tempted to give your pet a special surprise, it’s important to research whether or not it’s safe for them to eat first.

We’re here to make it easier with our top list of fruits and veggies you can feed your dog. Don’t forget to always consult with your vet before feeding your pup any new foods to make sure they stay safe and healthy.


Apples are a great source of fiber and vitamins A and C. Most dogs love the sweet taste, but it's important to remove the seeds and core before feeding them to your pup so they don’t eat any cyanide, which is toxic to dogs.


You can also feed your dog plain fresh or cooked cranberries in small amounts to add more fiber and antioxidants to their diet. It’s important to give them only a few to help make sure they don’t get an upset stomach. Our Turkey and Cranberry Mix-In can help your pup enjoy the health benefits of cranberries plus tasty flavors that help make every meal crave-worthy.


A great source of antioxidants, blueberries can help boost your dog’s immune system. They're also low in calories, making them a great treat for overweight or senior dogs! Love making homemade dog treats? Check out our DIY calming blueberry bites recipe.


To add more fiber, potassium, and vitamin to your dog’s diet, try feeding them carrots! They're low in calories and can help support their dental health by scraping away plaque and tartar.

Green beans

If your dog is overweight or needs to lose weight, green beans are a great option. They are low in calories and packed with fiber and vitamin C so your pup stays healthy.

Sweet potatoes

While you can feed your pup sweet potatoes, make sure to cook them thoroughly first. They’re a great source of fiber, vitamins C and B6, and beta-carotene. Plus, they’re low in fat so your pup maintains a healthy weight. Our Salmon & Sweet Potato Mix-In makes it easy for your pup to get all the benefits of sweet potatoes plus irresistible flavors they’ll love!

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