Which fruit and vegetables can my dog eat?

Dogs are omnivores, hence eat meat or plant-based food. Fruit and vegetables can enrich a dog’s diet and provide healthy treats.  Before feeding your dog any fruit, check which fruits are safe, and consider your pets pre-existing conditions as dogs with obesity, diabetes, bladder stones, and other conditions should not eat fruit without first consulting your vet.  If there are no pre-existing conditions, dogs can eat …

 

Safe for dogs to eat

NOT safe for dogs to eat

Apples: remove the seeds and core first

Bananas: remove the peel first

Blackberries: in moderation

Blueberries
Broccoli: in small amounts
Brussels sprouts: beware as the gassy effects they have on humans apply to dogs too

Cranberries
Carrots
Celery: it is also known to freshen doggy breath
Coconut: no husk
Cucumbers 

Green beans

Mango: remove the stone first

Oranges: remove all seeds, peel and core

Peaches: no pit

Peas
Pears: remove the pit and seeds first

Pineapple: remove the outer peel and crown

Potatoes: boiled, plain varieties

Pumpkin 

Raspberries: in small amounts
Rice: plain rice

Rock melon: in moderation as they are high in sugar
Spinach: in small amounts

Sweet potatoes: wash, peel and cook

Strawberries: in moderation
Watermelon: remove the rind and seeds first

Zucchini

Cherries

Chives

Citrus peels/oil

Garlic

Grapes, raisins, currants, sultanas

Macadamia nuts

Mushrooms

Nuts

Onions

Wildberries