Yes. Lentils are a great source of iron, fiber, and plant-based protein. Lentil’s low-calorie, high-fiber content helps dogs feel fuller when eating and while keeping blood levels from spiking too sharply after a meal. This makes them a great supplement for diabetic pets.
Dogs will enjoy eating lentils in small or moderate amounts after they’ve been soaked and cooked without spices. Dogs can eat lentils:
- Mixed with a meat protein and vegetable for a homemade meal
- Blended and incorporated into a smaller portion of your dog’s store-bought food
- In small amounts as a snack or treat
For More Information
We have a number of articles on which foods are safe and unsafe for your dog to eat. You might also be interested in reading “Can My Dog Eat Legumes?“
The information provided in this article is not a substitute for professional veterinary help.