Even if you’re not keen on eating your vegetables, your dogs will be. Plus, they provide nutrients with minimal calories. However—as with humans—dogs can have adverse reactions to certain foods, even if they are supposedly good for them.
‘It’s important to know that dogs can have food intolerances just like people, causing gastrointestinal upset or even an allergic reaction,’ Dr. Ryan says. Be sure to monitor your dog and check with your vet if you’re questioning whether to introduce a food into her diet.