The sun is setting earlier, leaves are changing color, and the days are getting cooler — fall is finally here! While there are plenty of reasons to love fall, seasonal vegetables are high on many people’s list. But this season, let your dog share in your love for all the fresh produce fall is known for.
Seasonal Foods Your Dog Can Enjoy This Fall
When we talk about fall foods, pumpkin tends to top most people’s list. Fortunately, it’s something you and your dog can enjoy together! Unsweetened pumpkin is a great low-calorie treat that’s full of fiber and beta carotene. Whether you want to cut baked pumpkin into cubes or top your dog’s meal with pumpkin puree, this is a fall treat they’re sure to love!
Boiled or baked sweet potatoes are chock full of vitamins A and C, potassium, and fiber. Just make sure to give your pup small pieces at a time to prevent them from eating this starchy food too quickly.
Whether you serve them up cooked or raw, carrots are loaded with phytonutrients and beta-carotene. They’re also low in calories and a great source of fiber. This fall, throw a few carrots into your dog’s morning kibble or give them as a crunchy treat throughout the day.
Are you heading out apple picking this season? When you get home with bundles of apples, share some with your dog. Plain apples are a high-fiber snack that most dogs will love to crunch on. For an extra treat, you can even add a spoonful of peanut butter to an apple slice.
*It’s important to note that this list is compiled of general suggestions that most dogs will be able to enjoy. Before making any changes to your dog’s diet, always consult your veterinarian first.
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