What Can Dogs Eat

Ever wonder if there are certain foods your dog can or cannot eat? Most dog owners know their pets can't eat chocolate, but there are a lot of other foods that can make your dog feel pretty pawful—or worse (and some may surprise you!). Pro tip: Feeding him woofles for breakfast is not a good idea.

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Is Broccoli Good for Dogs?

This veterinarian says the cruciferous vegetable can actually be a healthy treat for your pup now and then when prepared correctly.

Can Dogs Eat Mango?

Mangos can be a healthy, fun alternative treat for your dog, but it requires a little preparation on your part.

Is Ham a Safe Food for Dogs To Eat?

Watch out for ham bones and heavily seasoned recipes before you offer your favorite pooch a bite.

Are Pecans Safe for Dogs?

While pecans are the basis for the most comforting of comfort foods, there are a number of issues with the tasty legumes that make them a problematic option for your pet.

Are Potatoes Good for Dogs?

It doesn’t matter what it is: whatever you’re eating, your pup thinks he needs it, too! But if you have potatoes on your plate, think twice before giving him a bite.

Can Dogs Eat Corn Safely?

Corn is a staple in so many dishes that it’s an integral part of most American diets. But can your dog enjoy some delicious kernels as well, or should the only corn dogs be the ones dipped in batter?

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What Happens If Your Dog Eats Marshmallows?

Marshmallows are essential in s’mores, hot chocolate, and many sweet treats—but can dogs enjoy them, too? We talked to an expert to find out.

Can Dogs Eat Turkey?

Turkey is a common main course for American families on Thanksgiving and Christmas. And while the bird is touted as a low fat protein for people, the answer is not so simple for our furry friends.

Can Acorns Make My Dog Sick?

If your dog is roaming the yard and your favorite tree is dropping acorns, do you need to worry? We talked to a veterinary toxicologist to find out.