Blueberries are a great source of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, plus more.
This little blue rounded ball fruit is such a healthy snack for all dogs.
Antioxidants, like those in blueberries, help fight free radicals, which are responsible for cellular and molecular damage in dogs and humans.
If you give your dog blueberries you are adding antioxidants to your dog’s diet which reduces the effects of brain ageing. Great if you have an elderly/senior doggie.
You can feed your dog both fresh and frozen blueberries. As with all treats, make sure to only feed your dog this fruit in moderation.
Raw red pepper is a fantastic sweet treat for dogs, packed full of vitamin A, C and E plus many more! which help boost your dogs immune system and reduce inflammation.
Make sure to remove the stem and seeds first.
Peppers are rich in vitamins A, E, B6, and lutein and are great sources of vitamin C and beta-carotene, which are antioxidants important for a dog’s healthy immune system. Beta carotene can be converted into vitamin A in the body and is important for skin, coat, and eye health!
WATERMELON - A great cool off.
A fantastic and yummy treat to help keep your dogs hydrated due to it being made up of 92% water. Watermelon is packed with potassium and vitamins A, B6 and C.
Make sure you take the seeds out and cut the rind off first as these can cause blockages and gastrointestinal upset. Watermelon is great for hydration on a summers day.
CARROT - A great tooth brush. A great chew toy. A great teething buddy.
Carrots are low in calories and are rich in beta-carotene, vitamin A and fibre. The texture of carrots also help to remove plaque and and surface buildup on the teeth, perfect for healthy teeth. Also recommended served cold for teething puppies.
Cucumber - A hydrating summer treat.
Cucumbers are full of magnesium, biotin, potassium and vitamins B1, C and K, plus more! They are around 96% water. A healthy and great way to keep your dog hydrated.
With nearly no fats and oils in, this makes a perfectly refreshing treat for any dog.
Half a cup of cucumber slices only contain around 8 calories compared to the 40 calories in a single medium milk biscuit!
Cucumbers are perfectly safe for dogs to eat, and offer a low-calorie, crunchy snack that many dogs love.