1. Grate Some Carrots
One easy way to add some vegetables on your dog’s food is by adding them on top of it. You can grate some carrots, similar to what you can do with cheese, on your dog’s meal. You can also have the option of mashing the carrots, or simply tossing a small baby carrot for your pet to munch on.
2. Mashed Pumpkins
You may also mix in some mashed pumpkins onto your pet’s dinner. Pumpkin contains low fat and high fiber which can also provide your dog with vitamin A as well. However, make sure that you reduce the portion of food that you are giving your pet in order not to bloat them.
Broccoli is another safe vegetable that you can feed your dog. It is best served as a random treat or in small portions. It contains high fiber and low fat. It contains vitamins A and C as well. You can give them to your dog either raw or cooked, and you can put in some bits and mix them in with your dog’s meal or dinner as well. However, make sure that you still exercise caution, as too much broccoli can irritate your dog’s tummy. You should be particularly careful if your dog has a history of having a sensitive stomach. It might also block your pet’s esophagus as well.