5 Healty Snacks you can Feed your Dog

If you’re a dog lover, the likelihood is that you want to ensure your dog gets yummy snacks that will also benefit their health. Sometimes it can be hard to find a balance between healthy snacks and ones that your dog will enjoy and want to eat. It is also hard to know what your dog can and can’t eat and whether it is likely to have negative health impacts. If this is a problem that you deal with often then this list may have some helpful ideas and options for healthy snacks that you can feed your dog. 


This one might be a bit of a surprise as it is not a snack that you would not typically think to feed your dog. However, just as blueberries are extremely beneficial to your own health as a human, they are just as good for your dog’s health. This is because they are filled with antioxidants and fiber, which are both generally great for fighting diseases and keep your dog healthy. 

Sweet Potatoes 

Again one that you might not have expected, however, sweet potatoes are high in beta-carotene and contain fiber and certain vitamins that will do wonders for your dog’s health. Just one thing to be careful of is feeding them to your dog raw as they have a strong effect on their digestive system. 

Pedigree Dentastix 

These might already be a regular snack that you feed your dog and if it is then that’s great. Not only are these perfect for your dog’s dental health but they are also something that your dog can enjoy. If you’re interested in finding out about more commercial healthy snacks, the website Dog Wish gives a lot of advice on information on what works and how to care for your dog. 

Peanut butter 

This is an option that both you and your dog will love. Not only is it a tasty treat for your furry friend, full of vitamins and nutrients, but you will also enjoy watching them trying to lick it from around their mouth. 


Something very simple and easy to make yet will keep your dog healthy and happy. Whether they are scrambled or fried, they are a great source of protein filled with vitamins. Just be sure to not serve them rare as just with humans, raw eggs can be a risk of salmonella in a dog.