Maybe. In moderation, rye is unlikely to harm your dog, although some pets have allergies or sensitivities to grains. However, rye should not form a staple of your dog’s diet. It has minimal nutritional value for your pet.
As an occasional snack, rye-based treats that are low in sodium pose few risks for most healthy dogs.
If your dog has any unusual symptoms after eating rye, talk to your vet about whether your dog could have a food allergy or intolerance.
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