Pets love to try new tastes in their diet. Their parents also love to give them new snacks from time to time. While there are many snacks and treats for dogs in the market, there are also natural and much healthier alternatives.
As a dog parent, you might have heard that giving human good or the leftovers from the dinner tablet is bad for dogs. It is true for some food and false for others. However, sharing food from your plate directly with your dog is never a good idea. But, there are lots of leftovers that you can share with your pup.
Pet parents know very well that our puppy friends can be really curious when we are eating something. Sometimes they only watch us eat the food or they come all the way to get a taste of it.
As puppy parents, we always want what is best for them. We give them a cozy home where they feel safe and secure, delicious, quality food to live a healthy life, and of course, lots of belly rubs. Yet, sometimes we want to add a little bit of fun into their routine.
Peppermint is a widely used herb that has been brewed into a delicious tea for some millennia. It is an irreplaceable natural remedy, an aromatherapy, for a number of common problems.
Cheerios is a very popular American cereal brand. It’s made of oats that were pulverized and shaped into a solid torus that we all know and love. But one may ask, is Cheerios safe for dogs to eat?
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We know that you want to share all that delicious food with your dog every time you eat something. Maybe you are making a salad with it, or perhaps you are eating raw radish. And your pup is staring at you with "Give me some" eyes. What should you do? Should you give radish to your dog? Can dogs eat radish?
If you are eating some amazing chestnuts, there is a good chance that you are willing to share some with your dog. So, you might have the question of whether dogs can eat chestnuts or not in your mind. If that is the case, you are in the right place. Because we will answer that question in the following sections.
You are eating your delicious artichokes and you feel tempted to give whatever you are eating to your canine friend. Maybe you do not want to look like a mean pet parent. Or you just want him to get the same nutrients as those you are getting from the artichoke. But can dogs eat an artichoke?