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The dogs do not solely need bones or meat to survive and they need a variety in their diet to be healthy. Dogs just love “people food” therefore when you are looking for a nutritious treat to add to the diet of your dog, try vegetables that are safe for the dogs. Vegetables are not only filled with minerals and vitamins, but also low in calories and fat and provide proper fibre to the dog that promotes its healthy digestion. Leafy, green vegetables are the best option for your dog. Below mentioned are some vegetables that you can give to your canine companion:
Spinach has high iron content that makes it an excellent addition to the diet of your dog. This green vegetable is also high in antioxidants as well as other nutrients. In addition to this, spinach is rich in fibre therefore it can add much needed roughage to the diet of your dog. You can add a small amount of spinach to the usual food of your dog in order to get it used to the taste. Dogs also like the taste of spinach just as much as any other type of food.
Often classified as a “super food” for humans, Broccoli can be a highly nutritious diet for your dog. There is a vast array of nutrients found in this vegetable, such as folic acid, vitamin C, calcium and fibre. In addition to this, it is claimed that broccoli contains several anti-cancer ingredients that are important because cancer can affect dogs just as it does to humans. You should cook the broccoli before giving it to the dog to aid digestion.
The tangy taste of celery vegetable appeals dog. In addition to taste, this vegetable is also high on nutrition and contains ample amount of potassium, calcium, iron, sodium, and vitamins A, B and C. In order to assure that your canine companion gets as many nutrients as possible, you can alternate the vegetables you use on daily basis. Furthermore, celery can be used as an alternative to the fatty reward foods. Giving obese dogs a stick of celery to chew on rather than dog biscuits will be better for them in the long run.
Carrot contains vitamins D, B, C, E and K, as well as minerals such as potassium, calcium, phosphorus, iron and sodium. This vegetable can also improve eyesight of your canine companion. You can mash up the carrots or cover some in peanut butter so as to entice your dog to try it. Once your dog gets use to the carrots they should show no reluctance toward it or any other vegetable.
Asparagus is a great source of Vitamin K. It also contains Vitamins A, B2, B1, C and E, iron copper, folate, fibre, manganese and potassium. You can remove the fibrous ends from the spears of asparagus and wash them thoroughly. After that, toss them with olive oil and grill 40 to 60 seconds on all sides. Your dog will definitely love this treat.