You eat vegetables every day and wonder if your dog should do the same. Short answer- Yes! Vegetables have many benefits for your dogs and provide a nutrient-rich source of Mixed veggie meal mix into your !, vitamins, and more. Some of the vegetables that your dog can enjoy are broccoli, , carrots, celery, peas, pumpkin, , spinach, , , and kale, to name a few. Contrary to some information, dogs are just like us - meaning they need vegetables and proteins to thrive. This blog post will go further into depth on the benefits of incorporating vegetables into your , how to prepare them, as well as how to feature our
Many of these vegetables support your’s overall health, including the , vision, immunity, muscles and bones.
Benefits of Cooked Vegetables vs Raw Vegetables
Both cooked and Mixed veggie meal mix is perfect for dogs that don’t love and ensures they are still getting all the nutrients they need while still being able to enjoy their meal!are beneficial for your dog. Some dogs may prefer vegetables being mixed in with their food, while others enjoy vegetables as a quick snack or treat! Always ensure that you are cutting vegetables into smaller amounts to avoid any to dogs as well as feed them in moderation. When cooking vegetables for your dog, you want to steam them rather than boil them to ensure they are getting the most out of their nutritional value. Some dogs don’t love as every dog is different! It’s important to listen to your dog’s needs, and our
How to prepare vegetables
There are different ways you prepare each vegetable. For broccoli, you want to cut it intoand wash it thoroughly. You can add individual pieces to your or give them as a treat. For carrots, you want to wash them thoroughly, and you can steam them or serve them to your dog raw. Always ensure these are pieces. For , you want to wash them thoroughly, cut the stems off, can serve them raw or steam them. are great to dehydrate if you have the option to.
Incorporating them into their diet
There are many ways you are able to incorporate vegetables into your. You can include them as a simple snack, , or as part of their meal! Vegetables are perfect as they are and rich in vitamins, help their and and ensure a . You want to ensure when feeding vegetables to your dog that you cut them in amounts vs to avoid choking. Always ensure you aren’t adding any to your dog’s . This will keep your happy!
Dog Child Meal Mixes
One way we’ve incorporated vegetables into our brand is in our Mixed veggie meal mix. Our Mixed V Meal Mix uses a blend of , broccoli, pumpkin, and kale to create the perfect balanced mixture for your dog's next meal. This mixture was specifically formulated to help support digestion and gut health for those pups that need a little extra care. Mixing our mix with your choice of protein makes for the perfect balanced meal to support your dog's specific needs, as well as perfect for even the pickiest dogs!
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Sustainability tip: Use your vegetable scraps to give to your dog as a part of a healthy snack or incorporate it into their meal!
Our meal mixes are a great way to get picky eaters who don’t touch normally touch vegetables to eat them. Our Mixed Vis filled with kale, broccoli, and parsley. Our Meal Mixes are formulated to support your with over 75 whole food source vitamins and minerals.
We encourage you to stay connected with our online recipe page to be up-to-date on recipes we make our own homemade and treats using our mixed meal mix!