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We understand the importance of providing your dog with a balanced and nutritious diet, and that's why we offer a range of vegetables to support a raw pet diet.

Why Choose Vegetables for Your Dog's Raw Diet?

Nutritional Benefits:

Vegetables are packed with essential vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that contribute to your dog's overall health and well-being. From vitamin A for vision to vitamin C for immune support, these nutrient-rich foods provide a natural boost.

Digestive Health:

Vegetables rich in fibre aid digestion and promote healthy gut flora which regulates bowel movements and prevents constipation.  Vegetables support nutrient absorption so enrich your dog’s meals.

Weight Management:

Incorporating vegetables into your dog's diet can help with weight management by providing a low-calorie, filling option. Whether your dog needs to shed a few pounds or maintain a healthy weight, adding veggies to their diet can be beneficial.

Dental Health:

Crunchy vegetables like carrots and celery can help clean your dog's teeth and gums, by reducing plaque and tartar and promoting fresh breath.

Variety and Interest:

Adding a variety of vegetables to your dog's meals adds interest and variety to their diet, keeping mealtime exciting and enjoyable. With our selection of colourful and flavourful vegetables, you can create nutritious meals that your dog will love.

What vegetables can dogs eat?

Dogs can eat a variety of vegetables including:

  • Carrots - Rich in beta-carotene and fibre, good for dental health
  • Sweet potatoes: High in vitamins and minerals, great for digestion.
  • Green beans - Low in calories and high in fibre, ideal for weight management.
  • Broccoli: Contains vitamins K and C, as well as fibre, but should be fed in moderation
  • Peas: High in protein and fibre, beneficial for energy and digestion.

How do I prepare vegetables for my dog?

When preparing vegetables for your dog, it's important to wash them thoroughly to remove any dirt or pesticides. Depending on the vegetable, you can:

  • Chop them into bite-sized pieces for easy consumption
  • Serve them plain, without any added seasonings or oils, to avoid digestive upset.
  • You can also puree vegetables and mix them into your dog's food for added nutrition.
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