What Can Dogs Eat For Breakfast? – Best & Non-Ideal Foods

What Can Dogs Eat For Breakfast?
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What Can Dogs Eat For Breakfast? Indeed, it is the most frequently asked question asked by the pet owners.

The foods that are best suited for dogs to eat for breakfast:

  • Green beans and Peas – Green beans provide vitamin K and C while peas contain potassium in good quantities. Both are low-calorie, healthy nutrients.
  • Apples – Apples provide a nice source of vitamin C and A. Remove the core and the seeds and feed your dog with small quantities of apple slices.
  • Pasta and rice – Whole wheat and plain pasta are a brilliant source of energy and avoid feeding acidic or fatty sauces.
  • Sweet potatoes and Pumpkin – They both provide a rich source of vitamin A and beta-carotene and help to manage the digestive system of your dog’s.
  • Salmon – A nice source for the dog’s skin and also coat health, providing omega 3- fats.
  • Lean Proteins – Feed them with foods that are particularly free from wines, oils, and seasonings or vegetables. Lean proteins generally refer to beef, turkey, and chicken
  • Yoghurt – The Greek yoghurt act as the rich source of protein. However, avoid those that are high in preservatives and sugar
  • Peanut Butter – Provides a rich source of fibre and also protein; nevertheless, the ones containing the toxic xylitol must be definitely avoided.

There are other foods which dogs should not be fed:

Never feed them with

  • Xylitol-based products such as peanut butter, toothpaste, baking goods,  lollies, sugar-free made chewing gum,
  • Fish on a daily basis
  • Mushrooms
  • Green unripe potatoes and tomatoes
  • Corncobs
  • Fruit seeds
  • Pits and fruit stones
  • Macadamia nuts or other nuts
  • Currants
  • Sultanas
  • Raisins
  • Grapes
  • Yeast dough
  • Bread dough
  • Avocado
  • Compost or spoiled or mouldy foods
  • Coffee products besides caffeine
  • Chocolate
  • Garlic
  • Onion powder
  • Onions
  • Cooked bones which can lead to gastrointestinal issues due to their splinter nature.



The best way to choose the ideal dog food:

  • But food products that have ‘balanced’ and complete” mentioned in the packing.
  • Consider all the health issues your dog might suffer from
  • Ask the veterinarian for help
  • Also, be careful with home-cooked food items
  • Above all, keep pet poison centre number ready with you- 855- 764- 7661
  • Pet Poison Control Center
    A service of SafetyCall International, PLLC.
    3600 American Boulevard W., Suite 725
    MN 55431

Overall, never rush with your own ideas and it is always best to contact a vet whenever you are in doubt.

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