9 Safe Foods You Can Feed Your Dog


Crunchy and packed with vitamins, carrots make a healthy snack for dogs, promoting dental health and providing fiber.


Remove the seeds and core, and apples offer dogs a sweet and nutritious treat, rich in vitamins A and C.

Plain Cooked Chicken:

A lean source of protein, plain cooked chicken can be a tasty and safe addition to your dog's diet.

Peanut Butter:

High in healthy fats and protein, peanut butter (without xylitol) is a popular treat for dogs, but feed it in moderation due to its high calorie content.


Loaded with fiber and beta-carotene, plain canned pumpkin can aid digestion and regulate bowel movements in dogs.

Plain Yogurt:

A good source of probiotics, plain yogurt (without added sugars or artificial sweeteners) can support your dog's gut health.


Packed with antioxidants and vitamins, blueberries are a nutritious snack for dogs, offering potential benefits for their immune system and cognitive health.

Cooked Rice: 

Plain cooked rice is gentle on a dog's stomach and can be useful for settling digestive upset or as part of a bland diet.

Green Beans:

Low in calories and high in fiber, green beans are a healthy vegetable option for dogs, providing vitamins and minerals.