Which (Safe) Human Food Will Your Dog Enjoy the Most?

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Have you ever wondered which human food you could safely give to your dog as a treat? Take this quiz and find out what we recommend! 

Age category?

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How is your dog’s dental hygiene?

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What kind of dog food does your dog normally eat?

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Tastes of your dog’s favorite treats?

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How big is your dog?

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How would you describe your dog’s level of physical exercise?

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Which (Safe) Human Food Will Your Dog Enjoy the Most?
Protein

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Chicken is a great source of protein for dogs, but there are, of course, some restrictions as to how it is prepared, and which type of meat that dogs can eat from the chicken. For instance, fat and bones are told to be avoided. Of course, always make sure your dog is not allergic to this recommendation before treating them to a bite of it!
Eggs

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Eggs are a great source of amino acids and calcium for dogs. It’s great for bones and teeth. They’re also good if your dog has sensitive gums or sensitive teeth! Just make sure to not add any salt or pepper to the eggs. Biotin is also a great source that is offered in eggs. Eggs shouldn’t be a substitute for a meal on a regular basis for your dog, but they can surely be added as a supplement for your dog’s overall health! Of course, always make sure your dog is not allergic to this recommendation before treating them to a bite of it!
Apples

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Apples are a great source of both vitamin A and vitamin C! Additionally, they have significant amounts of fiber and are low in fat. Apples make the perfect treat for adult and senior dogs, in particular! An important note is to make sure you get rid of the apple seeds and the apple core first. Of course, always make sure your dog is not allergic to this recommendation before treating them to a bite of it!
Carrots

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Carrots are a great source of both vitamin A and beta-carotene. If your dog has more sensitive gums, or you’re worried about the hard texture of them, you can steam them and mash them up beforehand. Biting on carrots can be a fun, low-calorie preoccupation task for your dog to be entertained, as well! Chewing on vegetables is known to help eliminate plaque on your dog’s teeth. Of course, always make sure your dog is not allergic to this recommendation before treating them to a bite of it!

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