According to the American Kennel Club, foods like chocolate, almonds, and onions are hazardous for dogs due to their toxicity or choking risk. What about carrots, though?
AKC says that dogs can eat carrots. Safe and low in calories, they're a nutritious dog treat. Just, cut and wash the carrots before giving them to your pet.
Carrots are low-calorie, vitamin A, potassium, and fiber-rich pet treats. The AKC says frozen carrots can soothe teething puppies.
According to the American Kennel Club, huge, frozen carrots can be used as a chew toy that can be eaten. Make sure your pet doesn't ingest it and becomes ill.
The AKC suggests cutting carrots into bite-size pieces for dogs. You should also wash fruits and vegetables before feeding them to your pet.
You should check with your veterinarian before introducing carrots to your dog's diet. Carrots and other foods should be avoided if you notice any health issues.
You can also feed your dog Broccoli, Brussel sprouts, Celery, Green beans, and Spinach in addition to carrots.
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