Yes! Dogs are omnivores, and they benefit from many different fruits and vegetables for the same reasons humans do— these foods are low in fat and sugar, and high in vitamins and fiber. Celery is among the vegetables that dogs can safely enjoy. Not only does it make a crunchy snack, but it contains vitamins A, C, and K, and it can even help freshen a dog’s breath.
Be sure to cut celery into bite-sized portions, as it can pose a choking hazard, particularly for the smaller breeds. You can serve celery alone or with a dollop of peanut butter to make it more enticing for veggie-shy dogs.
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