Finally, we have a huge Top 25 Human Table Food Dogs Can Eat List that we can safely feed to our dogs without needing to worry about hurting our loving canine family members and best friends forever! As a bonus, we also named the foods that are BAD for any dog to “WOOF!” down so read this dog food list of safe table foods carefully:
1. Your furry friend will love you long time with a sweet nutritious and safe doggie treat of apples, but avoid giving dogs the apple seeds and stems. Apples
are a good source of fiber, vitamin A and C, and they will freshen any dog’s bad doggie breath! Applesauce is included as long as it is cinnamon-free and unsweetened ( natural ).
2. Pineapple is always a delicious fruity treat that’s a wonderful source of potassium for your canine.
3. Cooked brown or white rice is an excellent source of fiber, and iron, vitamin and mineral intake since it is fortified with them. Make sure to add no salt or
seasonings. I like to misx rice with canned dog food, peas, and carrots! Brown rice is higher in protein.
4. Carrots and potatoes are veggies completely safe for your dog and are high in fiber and vitamins!
5. Cottage Cheese and it is full of calcium! Just do not add any pepper or salt. Oh, and also avoid this food if your dog is dairy or lactose intolerant.
6. Cooked Oatmeal with no added sweeteners, it is a spectacular source of fiber.
7. An occasional boiled egg is a wonderful source of protein, riboflavin and selenium. Don’t feed your dog more than 2 eggs a week or they will get gastritis.
8. Pumpkin and sweet potato can be safely shared with your dog and are an excellent source of Vitamin A and beta-carotene.
9. Peanut Butter is a yummy snack for dogs and full of healthy fats, protein, and vitamins. I sometimes put a dab on my dogs apple slices, he loves them!
10. Plain yogurt is not only high in protein but also in calcium. It’s an ideal treat for any pooch who suffers from digestion problems. Make sure the yogurt doesn’t contain added sugars, fruits, or artificial sweeteners though!
11. Salmon is great for dogs and is full of healthy omega 3 fatty acids for a much healthier & shinier coat of fur.
12. Broccoli and Cauliflower is okay to feed to your dog on occasion and are vitamin-rich vegetables for a nutrition boost for dogs. Too often could cause
gastrointestinal irritation, maybe only feed this once a month. I do with no problems whatsoever.
13. Green beans are low in calories, green beans and full of iron and vitamins. Only use fresh green beans or unsalted ones from a can.
14. Unseasoned cooked chicken meat and turkey meat are fantastic if your dog needs extra protein in his or her daily food diet. Broil, bake, boil, or grill it…do not fry any food you give your dog because too much fat will make them sick with diarrea or worse. Also, NO CHICKEN BONES or TURKEY BONES for dogs because they have splintered edges that will rip open your dog’s bowels and cause death!
15. Blueberries are a super food full of vitamins and antioxidants! I sometimes freeze them and serve as a frozen dog treat in hot weather.
16. Unsalted, unseasoned, and unbuttered (no butter) popcorn is safe and yummy for canines.
17. Saltless (Salt-less) and unseasoned Pasta (no mushrooms or butter on it).
18. Natural pure honey is very nutritious as it is full of vitamins A B C D E and K , calcium, potassium, magnesium, copper, and antioxidants, so yes it is fine for dogs occasionally and may even relieve dog allergies.
19. Coconut is good for doggies and it contains Lauric which will strengthen
their immune systems by fighting off viruses, hot spots, and flea allergies.
20. Baked Cooked Bread is OK on occasion as long as it has no butter, salt, or seasoning on it or in it.
Oh, and no raisins or nuts besides peanuts (look at
list of harmful human foods for dogs below!)
21. Fresh apricots and peaches with no pits!
22. Naturally unseasoned and unsweetened baby foods.
23. Cooked unseasoned and unsalted Beef and Chicken liver, but NOT Pork liver.
24. Any oat, rice, or bran unsweetened cereals.
25. Orange slices with no orange peels, seeds, or rinds.
*** Foods to AVOID giving to all dogs are Garlic, Chocolate, Macadamia nuts, Almonds, Corn and Corn Cobs, Pork, Cinnamon, Avocados, Coffee, Fat Trimmings, Salt, Caffeine, Apple Seeds, Moldy Foods, Nutmeg seasoning, Grapes and Grape
Seeds, Mushrooms, Raisins, Onions, Bread Dough (occasional baked bread is okay), and Shrimp.
We Hope You Enjoyed and Learned A Lot From Our Top List of Table Human Foods Safe and Unsafe For Our Canine Dogs! Please, Feel Free To Check Out Our Feline Cats List and Numerous People Lists Too!