Pumpkin, fresh or canned, is safe for dogs and offers several benefits. Fiber, vitamins, and minerals like potassium and iron are abundant.
Movie nights with popcorn for humans and dogs become family events. Do not give dogs buttery, toffee, sweet, or salty toppings—only air-popped popcorn. Crunchies please most dogs.
Omega-3 fatty acids, iron, magnesium, and iodine are found in seaweed, making it nutritious.
Cottage cheese has little lactose because it's fermented. Many dogs are lactose sensitive.
Serve a banana parfait with fresh bananas and plain, unsweetened Greek or kefir yogurt as a treat in moderation.
Watermelon is low in calories but high in vitamins and hydrates in hot temperatures.
Coconut oil is anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, and antibacterial for dogs. It also freshens breath and shines dog fur.