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Thousands of dog owners each month search Google for, “can dogs eat human food”. Well, that really depends on what human food we’re talking about. While there are some human foods dogs are OK with. There are many that are unhealthy, or even deadly.

Our on-staff vet, Dr. Saba Afzal, DVM, RVMP, researched nearly 200 different kinds of human food, and whether or not they’re safe for your dog to eat.

In addition to researching what fruit dogs can and can’t eat, we’ve also written blog posts answering…

Can dogs eat…The Nuts, Beans, Grains, Rice, and Seeds Edition

Can dogs eat…The Vegetable Edition

Can dogs eat…The Fruit Edition

Can dogs eat…The Seafood Edition

Can dogs eat…The Dairy Edition

Can dogs eat…The Meat Edition

A note on the answers below — when the answer is:

  • No – That means that the food is harmful or toxic to dogs.
  • Yes – That doesn’t mean you should feed your dog a diet exclusively of that food. Only that it is safe for dogs to consume, just not as its main food source.
  • A little bit – That means that if your pup snuck some of this food off of your plate, or ate it before you realized it, it should be ok in small quantities. You shouldn’t make it a habit of feeding dogs these foods regularly.

Now that that’s out of the way, let’s find out what human food your pup can and can’t eat.

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We’ve turned this blog into a book. We’ve listed over 500 foods dogs can and can’t eat. This paperback would make a great gift for a new puppy owner, a dog lover, or anyone concerned about their pup’s health. Check it out!

Can Dogs Eat Aloe Vera

No

Aloe Vera is good for canine skin, but you cannot feed it to your dog because of resulting digestive issues and side effects.

Can Dogs Eat Animal Crackers

A Little Bit

Animal crackers are only good as an occasional treat because too much sugar and fat in this food can be problematic for your dog.

Can Dogs Eat Avocado Oil

Yes

Oil is not good food for canines, but a small quantity of avocado oil is safe and free from toxins.

Can Dogs Eat Baby Food

Yes

You can feed your dog baby food as a home remedy for digestive issues or mix it with their daily food for added benefits.

Can Dogs Eat Bagels

No

Any type of bread is not healthy for dogs, and experts forbid the owners to share a bagel with the dog.

Can dogs eat aloe vera, no - animal crackers, a little bit - avocado oil, yes - baby food, yes - bagels, no

Can Dogs Eat Banana Bread

No

If the banana bread has raisins or your dog has a wheat allergy, you cannot give it to your dog because raisins are toxic to canines.

Can Dogs Eat Barbecue Sauce

No

Barbecue sauce can result in acidity, digestive unrest, and gut flora imbalance you should avoid giving to your dog.

Can Dogs Eat Basil

Yes

If your dog eats basil in small quantities, the canine will benefit from this food’s antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

Can Dogs Eat Black Licorice

A Little Bit

Excessive amounts of black licorice can be toxic to dogs, but in small quantities, it provides an ease to stomach upset and sore throat.

Can Dogs Eat Black Olives

A Little Bit

Plain and unsalted black olives are great for growing pups and adult dogs to provide extra nutrition, but they are not a necessary food for senior dogs.

can dogs eat banana bread, no - barbecue sauce, no - basil, yes - black licorice, a little bit - black olives, no

Can Dogs Eat Black Pepper

A Little Bit

Dogs don’t like the smell and taste of black pepper; this food is non-toxic to dogs, but your pet might not like this spice.

Can Dogs Eat Blueberry Muffins

A Little Bit

Homemade blueberry muffins in small quantities are safer than store-bought products, but you must keep the feeding in moderation.

Can Dogs Eat Boba

A Little Bit

Boba balls are loaded with sugar and carbs that your dog doesn’t need in ample amounts; giving one or two balls once a week is safe for your dog.

Can Dogs Eat Bread

A Little Bit

Homemade plain bread with low sugar is safer if your dog doesn’t have a grain allergy or wheat intolerance.

Can Dogs Eat Brown Sugar

A Little Bit

There are no toxins in brown sugar, but sugar and carbs are not what your dog needs in abundance.

can dogs eat black pepper, a little but - blueberry muffins, a little bit - boba, a little bit -bread, a little bit - brown sugar, a little bit

Can Dogs Eat Butter

A Little Bit

Butter is safe and free from toxins for dogs, but it doesn’t provide any health benefits to the canine.

Can Dogs Eat Buttered Popcorn

A Little Bit

Air-popped popcorn with no toppings is the only kind of popcorn food that is safe for your dog, and this should also be in small quantities.

Can Dogs Eat Candy

A Little Bit

Candy is a safe treat for dogs, and there are no potential hazards except high sugar and resulting digestive unrest.

Can Dogs Eat Candy Canes

A Little Bit

Too much sugar can result in diarrhea and vomiting for dogs; that’s why you should limit the candy cane eating frenzies.

Can Dogs Eat Caramel

No

You must avoid giving them caramel at all costs to keep your dog safe from obesity, dental issues, and digestive unrest.

can dogs eat butter, a little bit - buttered popcorn, a little bit - candy, a little bit - candy canes, a little bit - caramel, no

Can Dogs Eat Caramel Popcorn

No

Sugar-free caramel has xylitol which is toxic to dogs, and caramel popcorns are no good for your pet.

Can Dogs Eat Carrot Cake

A Little Bit

Homemade carrot cake is safer for your dog as an occasional treat, but regular feeding can bring some digestive issues and side effects.

Can Dogs Eat Cereal

A Little Bit

You can occasionally give your dog cereal in small quantities but avoid sharing sugar-loaded cereals because of obvious side effects.

Can Dogs Eat Cheerios

Yes

If your dog is not allergic to whole grain, you can give cheerios to your dog for nutrition and minerals.

Can Dogs Eat Cheesecake

A Little Bit

Dogs can handle small amounts of cheese, but if your pet has a dairy allergy or lactose intolerance, do not share this treat.

can dogs eat caramel popcorn, no - carrot cake, a little bit - cereal, a little bit - cheerios, yes - cheesecake, a little bit

Can Dogs Eat Cheeto Puffs

A Little Bit

Experts consider Cheeto puffs as junk food for dogs, and you should avoid this non-toxic food because of no nutritional value.

Can Dogs Eat Cheetos

A Little Bit

If your dog is adamant about sharing Cheetos, you can share a couple of bites but not more than that because it provides no nutritional value.

Can Dogs Eat Cheez-Its

A Little Bit

Many dogs enjoy the crunchy Cheez-Its, but you must keep everything in moderation regarding safe-to-eat snacks.

Can Dogs Eat Chips

A Little Bit

A few bites from homemade chips are safe for dogs, but eating too much salt can lead to sodium poisoning.

Can Dogs Eat Chives

No

Chives belong to the Allium family, which is poisonous to dogs, and you must keep this food away from their reach.

can dogs eat cheeto puffs, a little bit - cheetos, a little bit - cheez-its, a little bit - chips, a little bit - chives, no

Can Dogs Eat Chocolate

No

Theobromine in chocolate is poisonous to dogs, and you should rush to the vet if your dog has sneaked a bigger chunk of chocolate.

Can Dogs Eat Cilantro

Yes

In digestive unrest, Cilantro can provide ease to a dog’s stomach; it also offers vitamins, minerals, and immunity to your pet.

Can Dogs Eat Cinnamon

Yes

If you limit the quantity to the vet-prescribed amount, cinnamon offers various health benefits to dogs.

Can Dogs Eat Cinnamon Rolls

A Little Bit

The most loved cinnamon rolls are the dog’s favorite treats, but you should limit the feeding to keep them safe for canine consumption.

Can Dogs Eat Cinnamon Toast Crunch

A Little Bit

Cinnamon Toast Crunch is a tasty and healthy treat in small quantities for dogs, but it must not be more than once a week.

can dogs eat chocolate, no - cilantro, yes - cinnamon, yes - cinnamon rolls, a little bit - cinnamon taost crunch, a little bit

Can Dogs Eat Coconut Oil

Yes

Virgin coconut oil, in moderation, is the best thing for your dog to eat and use as a home remedy for minor skin problems like rashes.

Can Dogs Eat Cookies

A Little Bit

Dogs cannot eat cookies loaded with raisins, chocolate, and extra toppings. Homemade cookies with less sugar are good for dogs.

Can Dogs Eat Cool Whip

A Little Bit

If your dog is not lactose intolerant cool whip can be nutritious for your dog as once a once-a-week reward.

Can Dogs Eat Corn Tortillas

A Little Bit

Homemade Corn tortillas are safe for dogs if there is no barbecue sauce or extra toppings on them, and you occasionally share only a single bite.

Can Dogs Eat Cornbread

A Little Bit

Dogs love corn, and cornbread with low sugar and no raisins is safe for dogs. You can give this treat to your pet in small amounts.

can dogs eat coconut oil, yes - cookies, a little bit - cool whip, a little bit - corn tortillas, a little bit - cornbread, a little bit

Can Dogs Eat Cotton Candy

No

Cotton candy is formed from refined sugar and is highly unsafe for your dog; you must avoid giving this food to your dog.

Can Dogs Eat Crackers

A Little Bit

You can give crackers to your pet twice a week, not more than a couple of pieces, to make things comfortable for your dog.

Can Dogs Eat Cranberry Sauce

A Little Bit

Cranberry sauce is loaded with sugar, and some recipes have raisins or grapes; that’s why you must avoid giving this food to your dog.

Can Dogs Eat Croissants

No

Your dog will not get any nutritional benefit from this food, and croissants are not on the list of healthy dog treats.

Can Dogs Eat Crunchy Peanut Butter

Yes

Crunchy peanut butter is safe and nutritious for pets, and you can give it as a healthy treat to your dog.

can dogs eat coton candy, no - crackers, a little bit - cranberry sauce, a little bit - croissants, no - crunchy peanut butter, yes

Can Dogs Eat Curry

No

It doesn’t matter if you love Indian, Japanese, or Thai curry; this dish is highly unsafe for dogs in all of its variations.

Can Dogs Eat Cuties

A Little Bit

Citrus fruit is not toxic to dogs, and you can give cuties to your best buddy but always follow the moderation rule.

Can Dogs Eat Dandelions

Yes

You can give your dog dandelion greens because this food is loaded with various health and nutritional benefits.

Can Dogs Eat Dill

A Little Bit

You don’t have to worry if your dog has eaten some dill accidentally but eating a substantial amount can be problematic for canines.

Can Dogs Eat Dill Pickles

A Little Bit

You can give your dog dill pickles, but salt and vinegar do not comply well with the digestive system of your beloved dog.

can dogs eat curry, no - cutues, a little bit - dandelions, yes - dill, a little bit - dill pickles, a little bit

Can Dogs Eat Donuts

No

If donuts don’t have chocolate, raisins, and extra sugar, you can share a couple of bites with your dog. It’s best not to, though.

Can Dogs Eat Doritos

No

According to experts, the high amount of salt and spice in Doritos makes it an unsafe snack for your dog.

Can Dogs Eat Fig Newtons

A Little Bit

Fig Newtons contains no toxins or poisonous elements, but high sugar and other ingredients don’t make it a daily dog-friendly food.

Can Dogs Eat Flour

A Little Bit

A small amount of flour is safe for the dog, but a substantial amount will cause diarrhea and excessive thirst in dogs.

Can Dogs Eat Flour Tortillas

A Little Bit

If your dog doesn’t have a wheat allergy, the plain tortilla without sauce and ketchup can be an occasional healthy treat.

can dogs eat donuts, no - doritos, no - fig newtons, a little bit - flour, a little bit - flour tortillas, a little bit

Can Dogs Eat Fortune Cookies

A Little Bit

Fortune cookies are not suitable treats for dogs but eating one or two will not cause any harm to your dog.

Can Dogs Eat French Fries

A Little Bit

French fries without any additive is a nutritious food for the dog, but you must follow the moderation rule.

Can Dogs Eat French Toast

A Little Bit

There are no toxins in French toast for dogs, but eating more than a couple of bites can result in vomiting or diarrhea.

Can Dogs Eat Fried Rice

No

Boiled rice can be a home remedy for digestive issues, but according to experts, fried rice is a big no for canine consumption.

Can Dogs Eat Froot Loops

A Little Bit

Animal food nutritionists label Froot Loops as empty calories because there are no health benefits in this food for dogs.

can dogs eat fortune cookies, a little bit - french fries, a little bit - french toast, a little bit - fried rice, no - froot loops, a little bit

Can Dogs Eat Fruit Snacks

A Little Bit

Fruit snacks are safe for dogs but not healthy; the added sugar makes them an unnecessary canine treat.

Can Dogs Eat Funyuns

No

There is a high amount of salt and fat in Funyuns, that’s why this food is not safe and healthy for your beloved dog.

Can Dogs Eat Garlic Bread

No

Butter, cheese, and spices in garlic bread do not make that food safe and healthy for your dog, and you should avoid sharing this treat.

Can Dogs Eat Garlic Powder

No

If the dog has licked garlic powder a couple of times, it is not an issue, but more than that will result in a vet visit.

Can Dogs Eat Ginger Snaps

A Little Bit

You shouldn’t share ginger snaps with your dogs, but if accidentally the dog has eaten a bite or two, there is no need to panic.

can dogs eat fruit snacks, a little bit - funyuns, no - garlic bread, no - garlic powder, no - gingersnaps, a little bit

Can Dogs Eat Gingerbread

No

Most of the time gingerbread contains nutmeg that is highly unsafe for canine consumption; that’s why you must avoid giving this food to your dog.

Can Dogs Eat Goldfish Crackers

A Little Bit

Goldfish crackers are nutritious for humans, but the dog does not need this nutrition, and you should keep things that way.

Can Dogs Eat Graham Crackers

A Little Bit

Trace minerals in graham crackers are good for canines with a healthy punch of vitamins, and you can give this food to your dogs.

Can Dogs Eat Granola

Yes

Granola cereal is usually made with rolled oats which are safe and healthy for your beloved dog. Just make sure there are no raisins in it.

Can Dogs Eat Green Olives

Yes

Green olives have various vitamins and minerals, and you can share this treat with dogs in moderation as a healthy snack once in a while.

can dogs eat gingerbread, no - goldfish crackers, a little bit - graham crackers, a little bit - granola, yes - green olives, yes

Can Dogs Eat Guacamole

No

Guacamole is not safe for canine consumption because the fatty acids in this food can cause pancreatitis in dogs.

Can Dogs Eat Gum

No

Xylitol is in high amounts in the gum, and this quantity can make your dog suffer from severe digestive and health issues.

Can Dogs Eat Gummies

No

You cannot share gummies with your dog as you share other foods; this treat is not safe for dogs because of toxic ingredients to dogs.

Can Dogs Eat Gummy Bears

No

Gummy bears are loaded with sugar, artificial flavor, and notorious xylitol that are highly toxic for your dog.

Can Dogs Eat Gummy Worms

No

Gummy worms are also a big no for your dog because of the same xylitol and high sugar.

can dogs eat guacamole, no - gun, no - gummies, no - gummy bears, no - gummy worms, no

Can Dogs Eat Hash Browns

No

The high-fat content of hash brown with lots of salt is way problematic for your dog more than you can imagine.

Can Dogs Eat Honey

Yes

You can give your dog honey as a tasty treat, home remedy, and skin tonic for minor infections and rashes.

Can Dogs Eat Honey Nut Cheerios

A Little Bit

Honey nut cheerios are not as healthy and beneficial for canines as original honey; that’s why you should avoid giving them to your dog.

Can Dogs Eat Hot Cheetos

No

There are preservatives, spices, and artificial flavors in hot Cheetos; these things are highly toxic for your dog.

Can Dogs Eat Hot Sauce

No

Hot sauce is full of spice and will surely result in digestive issues and gut flora imbalance for your dog.

can dogs eat hash browns, no - honey, yes - honey nut cheerios, a little bit - hot cheetos, no - hot sauce, no

Can Dogs Eat Hummus

No

Spices and seasonings make hummus highly problematic food for dogs; even on the occasional basis, it is not safe for canines.

Can Dogs Eat Ice Cubes

Yes

You can give your dog ice cubes when it is hot outside, and the ice is in small pieces with no pointy edges.

Can Dogs Eat Ice Cream

A Little Bit

Ice cream can be a tasty once-in-a-blue-moon treat, but giving your dog this food more often is not prescribed by vets.

Can Dogs Eat Jello

No

You can give your dog gelatin but giving them jello is not what experts and vets suggest to pet owners.

Can Dogs Eat Jelly

No

There are no toxins in jelly, but a dog’s digestive system cannot find any nutritious benefits in this food either.

can dogs eat hummus, no - ice cubes, yes - ice cream, a little bit - jello, no - jelly, no

Can Dogs Eat Jelly Beans

No

Like other sweet treats, jelly beans are also loaded with sugar, sweeteners, and artificial flavors; hence are not good for dogs.

Can Dogs Eat Jif Peanut Butter

Yes

Peanut butter is healthy and nutritious for dogs as long as it is xylitol free. Keep an eye on the quantity given as peanut butter should only be a reward or a small snack.

Can Dogs Eat Ketchup

No

Ketchup has sugar, spices, and preservatives; these things are forbidden foods for your dog because of health issues.

Can Dogs Eat Lasagna

No

Lasagna might not show severe digestive issues in small amounts, but more than a couple of bites will result badly for dogs.

Can Dogs Eat Licorice

No

The licorice plant is toxic for dogs, and red licorice has high sugar and toxic plant constituents, which are unsafe for dogs.

can dogs eat jelly beans, no - jif peanut butter, yes - ketchup, no - lasagna, no - licorice, no

Can Dogs Eat Mac And Cheese

No

Mac and cheese is a big no for dogs because of various spices, salt, cheese, and an unsafe amount of oil.

Can Dogs Eat Maple Syrup

A Little Bit

You can give your dog a small amount of maple syrup for healthy nutrients, but this food becomes unsafe in a substantial amount.

Can Dogs Eat Marshmallows

No

Marshmallows have almost no nutritional value for canines, and you should avoid sharing this treat with your pet.

Can Dogs Eat Mashed Potatoes

A Little Bit

Mashed potatoes are healthy for dogs if you keep the amount in moderation and offer them as an occasional snack.

Can Dogs Eat Mayonnaise

A Little Bit

Eggs, oil, and vinegar are the basic ingredients of mayonnaise; these items are non-toxic to dogs, but your pet doesn’t need them often.

can dogs eat mac and cheese, no - maple syrup, a little bit - marshmallows, no - mashed potatoes, a little bit - mayonnaise, a little bit

Can Dogs Eat Mint Leaves

A Little Bit

You can give mint leaves, or mint treats in a small amount, not more than three times a week, to your dog for digestive benefits.

Can Dogs Eat Mustard

No

Mustard seeds and oil are both highly problematic for dogs resulting in GI tract swelling and digestive issues.

Can Dogs Eat Noodles

A Little Bit

Half a cup of noodles without any sauce can be safe food twice a month but giving more than that is not safe for your dog.

Can Dogs Eat Nutella

No

Contrary to common belief, Nutella is not safe for canines as it contains unsafe ingredients, cocoa, and sugar.

Can Dogs Eat Nutmeg

No

The presence of myristicin makes nutmeg toxic to dogs; vets and experts forbid pet owners to share this food with canines.

can dogs eat mint leaves, a little bit - mustard, no - noodles, a little bit - nutella, no - nutmeg, no

Can Dogs Eat Oatmeal Cookies

No

Oatmeal is a safe food for dogs, but oatmeal cookies are highly unsafe because of added sugar and additives.

Can Dogs Eat Olive Oil

Yes

An adequate amount of olive oil is a safe food for dogs providing antioxidants, omega-6, and various nutrients.

Can Dogs Eat Olives

Yes

Olives are healthy for humans and canines alike, but you don’t need to give your dog olives if you are already offering a balanced diet.

Can Dogs Eat Onion Rings

No

Onion rings are highly unsafe for canine consumption because of salt, spices, and onion itself, resulting in digestive issues and onion poisoning.

Can Dogs Eat Oregano

Yes

You can give oregano to your dog as an anti-inflammatory food to provide vitamins and antioxidants for a happy life.

can dogs eat oatmeal cookies, no - olive oil, yes - olives, yes - onion rings, no - oregano, yes

Can Dogs Eat Oreos

No

A single Oreo might not cause a problem but giving your dog more than that can result in serious medical issues.

Can Dogs Eat Pancakes

A Little Bit

Pancakes are not harmful to dogs unless the poor soul has a wheat allergy; in that case, things can be problematic.

Can Dogs Eat Paprika

A Little Bit

Dogs can eat paprika, and there won’t be side effects if you keep things in moderation, but that doesn’t mean you should necessarily feed it.

Can Dogs Eat Parsley

A Little Bit

Parsley has a toxic compound that can cause severe medical issues in dogs, but in small amounts, it doesn’t prove harmful.

Can Dogs Eat Pasta Noodles

A Little Bit

Plain pasta without onion and garlic paste or powder is safe for dogs if you feed a meager amount without any sauce.

can dogs eat oreos, no - pancakes, a little bit - paprika, a little bit - parsley, a little bit - pasta noodles, a little bit

Can Dogs Eat Peanut Butter

Yes

Dogs love to eat peanut butter, but you must be cautious regarding xylitol in some brands that are toxic to dogs.

Can Dogs Eat Pepper

A Little Bit

Dogs can eat peeper, but they don’t really need it in their food; if you are making a homemade recipe, don’t be generous.

Can Dogs Eat Peppermint

A Little Bit

Peppermint leaves in small quantities are safe for dogs but more than two leaves a day is unsafe for the pets.

Can Dogs Eat Pesto

No

The base ingredient is basil in pesto which is safe for dogs, but the high amount of garlic makes it problematic for pets.

Can Dogs Eat Pickles

A Little Bit

You can give your dog healthy nutrients, vitamins, and great taste by giving a moderate amount of pickles once in a while.

can dogs eat peanut butter, yes - pepper, a little bit - peppermint, a little bit - pesto, no - pickles, a little bit

Can Dogs Eat Pizza

No

Pizza sauce, processed meat, and a high amount of spices in pizza are highly dangerous for your dog.

Can Dogs Eat Pizza Crust

A Little Bit

You can give a couple of bites of pizza crust to your dog, but you must remove meat, cheese, and sauce before.

Can Dogs Eat Plantain Chips

A Little Bit

Giving your dog a low-salt version of plantain chips is not a bad move, but you must not be generous in sharing.

Can Dogs Eat Pop Tarts

A Little Bit

Most of the pop tarts are dog friendly, but a high amount of sugar is an arch enemy of your dog.

Can Dogs Eat Popcorn

A Little Bit

Air-popped popcorn without any additives is the only canine-safe version, but the oily, salty, and sugar-loaded kind must be avoided.

can dogs eat pizza, no - pizza crust, a little bit - plantain chips, a little bit - pop tarts, a little bit - popcorn, a little bit

Can Dogs Eat Popsicles

A Little Bit

You can give your dog popsicles to keep them hydrated, but you must avoid artificial flavors and sweeteners.

Can Dogs Eat Pork Rinds

No

You must avoid giving pork rinds to your dog because of the slat, excessive fat, and harmful spices.

Can Dogs Eat Potato Chips

No

Potato chips do not offer many nutrients and health benefits to humans and canines, and both should avoid them.

Can Dogs Eat Pretzels

No

If you share salt-loaded pretzels with your dog, the resulting dehydration and salt poisoning will affect the longevity of your dog.

Can Dogs Eat Pumpkin Pie

No

You must avoid sharing pumpkin pie with your dog because of nutmeg and added sugar in this food.

can dogs eat popsicles, a little bit - pork rinds, no - potato chips, no - pretzels, no - pumpkin pie, no

Can Dogs Eat Ramen Noodles

A Little Bit

A couple of bites of ramen noodles for an extra punch of flavor and a tasty treat are safe for your dog once in a while.

Can Dogs Eat Ranch Dressing

No

Ranch dressing is a forbidden food for dogs because of onion, garlic, and other spices that could result in GI issues.

Can Dogs Eat Rice Cakes

Yes

You can give your dog rice cakes if there are no spices, allium family veggies, or excess salt in them.

Can Dogs Eat Rice Krispie Treats

A Little Bit

A couple of bites of plain Rice Krispie Treats are a good thing to have for dogs, but you must stop them if they want more.

Can Dogs Eat Ritz Crackers

A Little Bit

Eating Ritz crackers is safe for dogs, but eating more than the prescribed amount can cause serious medical concerns.

can dogs eat ramen noodles, a little bit - ranch dressing, no - rice cakes, yes - rice krispie treats, a little bit - ritz crackers, a little bit

Can Dogs Eat Rosemary

Yes

According to vets and animal food experts, you should give rosemary to your dog for added health benefits.

Can Dogs Eat Rye Bread

A Little Bit

If your dog doesn’t have a grain allergy, rye bread is good food for providing nutrients, vitamins, and digestive support.

Can Dogs Eat Sage

A Little Bit

Not all herbs are safe for dogs, and they can cause severe medical conditions, but sage is free from these issues.

Can Dogs Eat Salad

No

Salad is not safe for canine consumption because almost all verities contain oil, salt, and spices that are problematic for dogs.

Can Dogs Eat Salt

A Little Bit

Salt is a necessity for your dog, but you do not need to give an extra dose because dog food already contains the required amount.

can dogs eat rosemary, yes - rye bread, a little bit - sage, a little bit - salad, no - salt, a little bit

Can Dogs Eat Saltine Crackers

No

Saltine crackers are highly unsafe for dogs because of salt, sugar, and a high amount of carbohydrates.

Can Dogs Eat Sauerkraut

Yes

Some dogs might enjoy sauerkraut, and you shouldn’t forbid them from enjoying this safe-to-eat treat.

Can Dogs Eat Skippy Peanut Butter

Yes

Not every Skippy peanut butter is free from xylitol; you must read the ingredients before sharing this safe-to-eat food with your dog.

Can Dogs Eat Skittles

No

Skittles are loaded with sugar and do not offer any nutritional value to dogs; vets and experts forbid this food.

Can Dogs Eat Sour Patch Kids

No

Dogs cannot enjoy sour patch kids because of resulting digestive issues and severe medical conditions that can cause prolonged damage.

can dogs eat saltine crackers, no - sauerkraut, yes - skippy peanut butter, yes - skittles, no - sour patch kids, no

Can Dogs Eat Sourdough Bread

No

Experts and animal nutritionists simply reply with a “no” if you ask if can dogs eat sourdough bread.

Can Dogs Eat Soy

Yes

Soy is safe and healthy for dogs and provides many nutritional benefits; you must be cautious regarding soy allergy in your pet.

Can Dogs Eat Soy Sauce

No

You can give soy to your dog, but soy sauce is a whole lot different, and according to experts, soy sauce is not meant for dogs.

Can Dogs Eat Spaghetti Noodles

A Little Bit

Spaghetti noodles can be an occasional treat for dogs because of dog-friendly ingredients and health benefits.

Can Dogs Eat Spaghetti Sauce

No

Spaghetti sauce is very problematic for dogs because of the onion, garlic, and other harmful ingredients.

can dogs eat sourdough bread, no - soy, yes - soy sauce, no - spaghetti noodles, a little bit - spaghetti sauce, no

Can Dogs Eat Spicy Food

No

You must not share any kind of spicy food with your dog, no matter how much you like the food.

Can Dogs Eat Starburst

A Little Bit

You can consider starburst as a safe-to-eat food for your dog, but the presence of sugar requires you to limit the feeding.

Can Dogs Eat Sugar

A Little Bit

Sugar is not poisonous for canines in small amounts but eating more than the prescribed amount can brew chronic issues.

Can Dogs Eat Sugar Cookies

A Little Bit

If there are no raisins or other harmful ingredients in sugar cookies, a couple of bites are safe for your dog.

Can Dogs Eat Syrup

No

You must avoid giving your dog syrup of any type; the high sugar content in this food can affect their liver and pancreas.

can dogs eat spicy food, no - starburst, a little bit - sugar, a little bit - sugar cookies, a little bit - syrup, no

Can Dogs Eat Takis

No

Takis is also spicy food, and for your dog, it is highly poisonous; you must keep your dog away from sneaking even a single bite.

Can Dogs Eat Tamales

No

Almost all Tamales dishes have onion and garlic as a necessary ingredient, and this food is unsafe for dogs for this very reason.

Can Dogs Eat Tater Tots

No

Tater tots are a big no for dogs because of their high fat, high oil, and poisonous preservatives.

Can Dogs Eat Thyme

A Little Bit

A little bit of thyme once a week is safe for dogs, and it will provide health benefits if you keep things in moderation.

Can Dogs Eat Tofu

Yes

You can offer tofu to your dog as a healthy treat, but you must remember dogs need a balanced diet.

can dogs eat takis, no - tamales, no - tater tots, no - thyme, a little bit - tofu, yes

Can Dogs Eat Tomato Sauce

No

Almost all sauces are not recommended for canine consumption; the same goes for tomato sauce, and you shouldn’t feed it to your dog.

Can Dogs Eat Tomato Soup

No

Tomato soup is also unsafe for dogs because of sugar, spice, and herbs; these things can disrupt the canine gut flora.

Can Dogs Eat Tortilla Chips

No

Tortilla chips are not meant for canine consumption and can result in digestive issues or other problems.

Can Dogs Eat Tortillas

A Little Bit

You can give your dog tortillas if there is no ketchup, sauce, or extra spice in it, and the pet has no allergy.

Can Dogs Eat Turmeric

Yes

Unlike other spices, turmeric is safe for dogs; many pet owners use it in home remedies for infection and pain.

can dogs eat tomato sauce, no - tomato soup, no - tortilla chips, no - tortillas, a little bit - turmeric, yes

Can Dogs Eat Twizzlers

No

If you are a diehard Twizzlers fan, please keep your dog away from this food as it is highly problematic for canines.

Can Dogs Eat Vanilla Extract

No

The use of vanilla extract in any food will make it poisonous for dogs because of alcohol and other harmful chemicals.

Can Dogs Eat Veggie Straws

No

Veggie straws are processed, fried, and loaded with spices to make them highly unsafe for canine consumption.

Can Dogs Eat Vinegar

Yes

Vinegar is safe for dogs, and you can use it as a seasoning on kibbles or wet dog food for desired digestive benefits.

Can Dogs Eat Waffles

A Little Bit

Waffles are not poisonous to dogs, and there are various health benefits in this food, but you must not overfeed it to dogs.

can dogs eat twizzlers, no - vanilla extract, no - veggie straws, no - vinegar, yes - waffles, a little bit

Can Dogs Eat Wasabi

No

You must not panic if your dog has taken a bite of wasabi but eating more than that can cause diarrhea or vomiting.

Can Dogs Eat Wet Cat Food

A Little Bit

You can give a small bite of wet cat food to your dog, but regular consumption is highly prohibited by vets and experts.

Can Dogs Eat Wheat Bread

Yes

Plain wheat bread is a most loved food for most dogs because of its squishy texture and added health benefits.

Can Dogs Eat White Bread

Yes

Dogs need grains in their food, and adding plain white bread is a good thing for a balanced diet.

Can Dogs Eat White Chocolate

No

Just like regular chocolate, the use of white chocolate is also not safe for canine consumption but not fatal.

can dogs eat wasabi, no - wet cat food, a little bit - wheat bread, yes - white bread, yes - white chocolate, no
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