Tips on giving your dog treats or using vegetables for cooking a homemade dog meal.
They can be eaten cooked or raw.
High in: vitamins B6 and vitamin k, nutrients, protein, minerals (iron, calcium), and fibre.
Can be eaten raw or cooked. Avoid choking hazards by cutting them into smaller size pieces or grating raw carrots.
High in: vitamin A (from beta-carotene), biotin, vitamin K, vitamin C, vitamin B6 and potassium and fibre.
Can be eaten raw or cooked.
High in many vitamins and minerals including vitamin K, vitamin C and potassium. A great addition to their meal.
TIP: Remember when trying new foods with dogs, to do so in moderation. The change could cause them to have a stomach upset, our advice is to add a little to their normal food, and change the ratios gently over a few days. Or continue with their normal diet but giving them a few veggie treats at the same time.