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Originally Posted by cuteynfatal
I read in a vet magazine that veggies can be used as healthy treats. It mentioned carrots, peas, green beans, celery, potatoes, and sweet potatoes.
Do these veggies have to be cooked? If yes, I'm assuming they should be cooled in the fridge to keep them from being mushy? I want to be able to give small pieces to my dog.
What other vegetables can you recommend? broccoli? corn?
Thanks in advance.
Mine loves broccoli, broccoli stalks and zuccini squash also
I've always fed raw but I read recently that cooked is better for them.
If you feed apples, be sure NOT to include the seeds, which are poison to dogs.