6 Best Fruits and Vegetables for Dogs


Once upon a time, the king of Puppy Kingdom was kidnapped by bad germs and was in danger. While everyone gave up, warriors from the fruit and veggie land rolled out to rescue the king.

Fruits for Dogs

No 1. Mango



Mangoes are rich in carotenoids, potassium, vitamins and minerals. Carotenoids prevent cell damage and aging. Also, vitamin A, B6, C and E are high. Mango has natural sugar, but is in a high level.


So, be careful when feeding a dog with diabetes. Also, you should not let your dog swallow its seed.

No 2. Banana



Bananas are an excellent source of vitamin B6, vitamin C, and potassium. Also, they are high in fiber, which is good for your dog’s digestion. But bananas are high in calories and sugar. So feeding a lot of bananas can cause obesity, indigestion, and diabetes.


Plus, don’t let your puppy eat banana peels that are difficult to digest.

No 3. Blueberry



Blueberries are a superfood rich in antioxidants such as vitamins A, C, and E, so they are also good for dogs. Antioxidants are known to prevent free radicals, cell aging or damage and cancer.


Blueberries are said to be particularly good for old dogs. They are also rich in gallic acid, which is known to protect dogs' brain nerves and prevent aging. When it comes to heart health, blueberries help to lower LDL cholesterol and blood pressure. They are also rich in vitamin K, which is essential for bone health.

No 4. Plum



Plums are rich in vitamins A and C, essential minerals and antioxidants. As it is low-calorie and high-fiber, it helps lose weight. Plus, it has shown to be effective in preventing cancer and reducing inflammation by strengthening the immune system. Plums are beneficial to the skin and organs.


But Just in case, never feed plum seeds. Hard seeds are bad for teeth or jaw and if swallowed, it can cause intestinal obstruction or blockage of the throat.

Vegetables for Dogs

No 1. Carrot



Carrots contain vitamin A, beta carotene, and dietary fiber. Diabetic or old dogs often develop cataracts. Consistent intake of carrots could promote eye health. However, make sure to feed the right amount.

No 2. Cucumber



Cucumbers are low in fat and calories, so good for weight loss. It is highly hydrated, so feed it when your dog seems thirsty. Cucumbers contain vitamin K, which strengthens the bones and helps relieve tension in the skeleton. In addition, a mineral called silicon dioxide helps relieve joint pain, swelling and stiffness.


Also, feeding cucumber is one of the most effective oral care for bad breath. It is antioxidant and anti-inflammatory, thus it kills bacteria that causes bad breath. However, brushing teeth is still a must. You can give your dog cucumbers, but not pickles.

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