PETVIM | Can Dogs Eat Peas?
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24 Aug Can Dogs Eat Peas?

I advocate giving your dog fresh non-commercial food with a varied diet consisting of human-grade meat, raw and cooked vegetables and some good quality natural pet vitamins. Green peas can certainly be a part of this diet.
You can feed your dog fresh peas out of the pods, frozen or thawed peas, but do not give them canned peas. Like many canned vegetables, canned peas typically have a large amount of added salt and preservatives, which is harmful to dogs and humans.
Green peas are a healthy for your dog and they can be used as a sweet treat instead of commercial pet food treats that are often loaded with salt and sugar. They are high in vitamin A, vitamin K, and various B vitamins. They are also a good source of fiber, magnesium,  iron, zinc and potassium. These vitamins and minerals are good for your dog’s vision, skin, digestion, immune system, nerves and heart. If your dog has kidney issues it’s not recommended to give them peas as they contain purines that can aggravate the kidneys.
It’s best to feed your dog a diet of fresh raw meat mixed with vegetables such as peas, sweet potato, carrot, beetroot, kale, spinach, celery, cabbage and sometimes some fresh fruits like grated apple or pear are also good. Vary the meat and the vegetables every few days so they can get different nutrients from each of the foods.

Gabrielle Amies @petvim

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