There's a variety of veggies you can share with your dog but be mindful about careful preparation and feeding them in moderation. Here’s Dr Lisa’s recommendations when it comes to adding veggies to your dog’s diet.
Onions, leek & chives
Grapes including raisins and sultanas
This advice is general in nature and doesn’t factor in individual tastes or proclivities. If you're introducing any new food into your dog’s diet, it should be done in small amounts over time.
Ensure vegetables such as pumpkin, sweet potatoes, broccoli and brussel sprouts are cooked and all vegetables are cut to a suitable size for your dog to prevent any choking hazard.
DOG Lick Mat
Some dogs need no encouragement for a wipe, brush or wash. Some need a bit of coaxing. That’s where this Lick Mat comes in. Smear it with a small amount of their favourite soft food or spread, and the suction cups will secure the mat in place while you groom your dog.