#1 – Apples (without the core)
Most dog owners know the fact, “an apple a day keeps the doctor away”, but not all of them know that an apple a day keeps the vet also away!
Apples are sweet and help pups boost their immunity, as they contain antioxidants. Pups love the sweet, but you must ensure throwing out the seeds, as they can harm your best friend.
#2 – Spinach
Spinach contains beneficial elements other than iron, such as flavonoids and carotenoids that, both, have anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory properties. In addition, it contains calcium that is necessary for your pup to keep healthy bones.
#3 – Pumpkin
Whenever dogs come nearby this tasty treat, they lick their chops. For your pup, it does not matter if it is baked, fresh or canned.
Pumpkin is very good for digestion problems, and it helps relieveboth constipation and diarrhea.
#4 – Green Beans
Besides the crunchiness and the added fiber, green beans offer several vitamins.
For dogs who like to eat between meals, green beans are very good, as they are a low-calorie filler.
#5 – Watermelon
For most dogs, watermelon is mild enough to eat. It is full of the antioxidant lycopene, and has a high nutritional value.
The juiciness of watermelon is perfect for your pup in summer, as it adds extra hydration to its body on a hot day.
#6 – Cantaloupe
Besides being a delicious treat, it is mild and easy to digest for almost all dog breeds. In addition, it contains various vitamins and it is full of beta carotene.
According to various studies, beta carotene is very effective in reducing and preventing the growth of cataracts.
#7 – Carrots
For obese dogs who are on a diet, carrots are of the most perfect filling treats. Moreover, they are good for oral hygiene, as they naturally polish and clean teeth.
If you have a chewer pup and want to keep it away from your favorite pair of shoes, you can toss it a carrot to keep it busy. It will be great for its health, too.
#8 – Blueberries
While blueberries are found as an occasional and rare treat, they contain a high concentration of antioxidants.
Blueberries will provide your pup the same health benefits of the little blue balls of antioxidants that you see in doggie food commercials.
#9 – Pears
Pears are the perfect treat to keep your pup’s heart healthy. This sweet juicy fruit is high in dietary fiber. No wonder most dogs enjoy their taste and texture.
#10 – Sweet Potato
Sweet potatoes should be the treats of all year around. They contain a high amount of amino acids, which enhance antioxidants properties and good for strong lean muscles. Besides, pups find them yummy.
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