1. Natural fresh fruits
Many fruits, such as apples, bananas, blueberries, etc., are rich in vitamins and fiber. They are sweet, delicious and have a strong taste. Dogs actually like to eat them, and fruits are of great benefit to dogs' health. When feeding fruits, avoid excessive amounts, otherwise the dog will be prone to diarrhea.
2. Bones/bone broth
Bones are dogs' favorite. You can give your dog more bones to chew on. You can also add some water and boil it to turn it into bone soup. Moreover, the nutrients in the bones will be fully dissolved in the soup, which is good for dogs. It provides rich calcium and nutrients, including bones to chew on and broth to drink, which will make your dog very happy.
Broccoli is a vegetable rich in vitamins and fiber, and contains antioxidants and minerals. Feeding it to dogs after cooking can obtain rich nutrients. Pet owners can chop broccoli into pieces and mix it into dog food to feed it together. Dogs love to eat it.
4. Dairy products
The taste of dairy products is very unique, some are soft, some are sour and sweet, whether it is cheese or yogurt, they are the best for dogs. Moreover, these dairy products are rich in protein and calcium, are very nutritious, and can also promote intestinal peristalsis. If dogs eat them regularly, they will not have constipation problems.
5. Boiled egg yolk
Egg yolk is rich in lecithin and is an ideal nutritional supplement for dogs. Many dogs love to eat egg yolks. It is recommended that pet owners boil the eggs, take out the yolks, and feed them directly or mix them with dog food. However, it should be noted that excessive consumption may cause gastrointestinal discomfort or allergic reactions, so feeding 2-3 egg yolks a week is enough.