Remember those days as a child sitting at the dinner table, and hearing your parents say, “Eat your carrots, they are good for your eyes. Eat your vegetables?” Yuck! Somehow we managed to get them swallowed, giving our parents an evil eye all the while. Amazing how are parents almost always knew what was best for us. Right? As pet parents and dog owners, we also want to make sure that we are providing healthy sources of food to our pets. That may be wonder, are carrots good for dogs? You bet they are!

What benefits do carrots provide? Here are a quick look at five of these benefits below:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dog Food & Treats

For all of you, like me, who prefer to include carrots as part of your dog’s daily dog food, here is one that I highly recommend. As far as treats, here is a healthy choice as well.

 

 

 

 

 

Disclaimer
For those unfamiliar with dog food grain-free recipes, there has and is a controversy taking place as I write this article. The FDA has made public that it has launched an investigation between a possible connection between the grain-free diet and heart disease within dogs. For further information, the American Kennel Club has provided further details. Click here.
Disclaimer
The purpose of this site and articles are intended to provide a source of entertainment and information. As a dog owner and dog lover myself, I enjoy researching dog food products on the market to provide you with helpful insights. I am not a veterinarian nor an animal nutritionist, just a dog owner who wants to provide a healthy lifestyle to their pet. I use my research to express an opinion which may or may not be one you agree with.
eathealthydoggy.com assumes no responsibility or liability for the use or misuse of what’s written on this site. You should always consult with a veterinarian if you should have questions regarding your dog’s diet or overall health.

 

 

 

 

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