Just make sure it doesn’t have any nuts, raisins, or cinnamon. While plain white bread isn’t really nutritious, it can still make for a good snack.
Thinking of giving your dog a little spoonful? Spoon away! Peanut butter is very healthy and very tasty to dogs.
Are you a health nut who loves a bowl of a quinoa to start the day with? Give your dog a taste, as this is a great source of fiber for their diet.
This is one food your dog will beg for time and time again. Thanks to its fatty flavor and irresistible smell, you’ll be glad to know ham is a perfectly decent treat.
Corn is one of the most unsurprising entries on the list, since this vegetable is often used in dog kibble. If you want to give your dog a little extra, go ahead and sprinkle some into their bowl.
Sometimes you’re craving a hardboiled egg. As it stands, your dog can have some, too! Eggs are chock full of healthy protein, iron, and vitamin D.
Are you a fan of this fruit? Your dog will no doubt love the flavor and the texture. As long as you correctly deshell the coconut, this is one treat the whole household can enjoy.
If your dog can eat cheese, then go ahead and share! Just expect them to be a little gassy (and they might try to hide these treats for later, which can lead cheese to rot).
Apples that are heavily bruised or starting to rot should be thrown out. While dogs may act like they have a cast-iron stomach, the reality of the matter is quite different.