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“What should my dog eat?” is the question many people have asked themselves on more than one occasion in order to feed their best friends.
What should and should not a dog eat?
It is likely that on more than one occasion you have stopped to think whether that food you are about to give your dog is beneficial for your best friend or not.
It is well known that it is not recommended to give jelly beans, chocolate or beer to dogs, but is it advisable to give them grapes or peppers?
An infographic carried out by the site Here Pup! has made known which foods can be consumed by dogs and which ones should be avoided at all costs. The infographic shows, through four colors (green, yellow, orange and red) all those foods that the dog can eat without any problem and, at the same time, those that are absolutely forbidden.
Meat, rice and fish, among the best foods for dogs
The foods listed in green, i.e. those that dogs can eat without any problem, are the following: rice, lettuce, banana, carrot, pear, melon, meat, peanut butter, fish and spinach.
In yellow, foods that dogs can eat, as long as it is in moderation, are disclosed. These include pineapple, hot dogs, potatoes, watermelon, cheese, mushrooms, tomatoes, broccoli, blueberries, strawberries, apples and bread.
Beware of peppers and grapes
Below are the foods that are best not to give to dogs. Under an orange tone, the following products stand out: prawns, popcorn, almonds, celery, cherries, peppers, corn or marshmallows.
Finally, in red, the foods that are totally forbidden because they can be toxic for our best friends are listed. This list includes nuts, onions, garlic, avocados, grapes, jelly beans, beer, pomegranate, chocolate and peanuts.
In short, this infographic shows that dogs cannot eat just anything and that special care must be taken when feeding our best friends.