Dogs Eat

All About What Dogs Eat

The Full List

Here you will find a full list of the foods dogs can and cannot eat.  This list is updated weekly, so there may be foods on our site that are not yet listed.

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The Full List: (you can click on a food for more info on it)

Foods Dogs Can Eat Foods Dogs Cannot Eat
almonds
applesauce
asparagus
bananas
bread
brown rice
brussel sprouts
black beans
blueberries
broccoli
candy canes
cantaloupe
carrots
cauliflower
celery
cheese
cherries
cinnamon
clementines
corn
cucumbers
dates
edamame
eggs
eggplant
figs
fish
french fries
ginger
grapefruit
grass
hot dogs
kiwi
lettuce
lobster
mango
milk
nectarines
oatmeal
oranges
papaya
peaches
peanuts
peanut butter
pears
pecans
peppers
pineapples
pomegranate
popcorn
pork
potatoes
pretzels
pumpkin
pumpkin seeds
quinoa
raspberries
salmon
scrambled eggs
seafood
seaweed
shrimp
strawberries
sunflower seeds
squash
tofu
tuna fish
tums
turkey
watermelon
yogurt
zucchini
acorns
advil
alcohol
avocado
chocolate
corn cobs
garlic
grapes
ice cream
lemons
mushroom
nuts
onions
pistachios
pizza
raisins
tea
tomatoes
List last updated March 13th

20 Responses to “The Full List”

  • Paula says:

    I have read that citrus fruits, coconuts and coconut products are harmful to digs with effects ranging from upset stomach, diarrhea, vomiting and slowing down the central nervous system. Yet oranges and nectarines are in the list as safe foods for dogs.

  • Notmybabies says:

    This list is incorrect. Please do more research. There are several things on this list the American Kennel Club as well as MANY other sources says are definite no no’s! Cherries and milk are just a couple!

  • Julian says:

    I fed my dog tomatoes for the last 5 years. He’s still perfectly fine, and he loves them.

  • Micah Hilliard says:

    I think you could add macadamian nuts to the not, our dog had a bad allergic reaction to them(one fell from a cookie)

  • Kit says:

    So dogs can’t have pizza because of the yeast, but they can have bread which also has yeast? And they can’t have ice cream because of the dairy but they can have milk? That’s kind of contradictory…

    • Paula says:

      I think it’s all the other things, like artificial flavorings and sweeteners, that makes up ice cream as well as the amount of sugar in it.

  • Scott Howell says:

    How about Yucca? I have read in a couple places where dogs can have Yucca and it offers benefits to dogs for stomach issues, skin issues, etc. However, I have also read that Yucca can be toxic for dogs. The indication that the Yucca root is toxic does not make it clear why. Can dogs eat a small amount of Yucca?

  • dee says:

    why cant dogs eat pizza?

  • me says:

    Y can’t they eat grapes

  • jag0051 says:

    While I appreciate the food list at what point in time would candy canes be okay to feed a dog???? And yes peanut butter is good but make sure it has no artificial sweeteners in it. A lot of peanut butters are adding artificial sweeteners to cut the calories so check the labels.

  • Carol says:

    I’m confused on you having nuts on the do not eat list and then having pecans and peanuts and peanut butter on the can eat list. Can you clarify this for me?

    • Christina says:

      nuts can get stuck in the intestines pockets,I would just avoid all in general, peanut butter is okay but check label that no artificial sweeteners are added

    • Shannon says:

      Peanuts are not nuts despite the name, they are legumes like beans.

  • Marcus Lataquin says:

    Fantastic information on this site! Terrifically nice posts. Awesome work!

  • adina says:

    would like full list of foods dogs can eat and can not thanks

  • Errico says:

    This is a great resource. Its great that you have a list of foods dogs can eat, and a list of foods dogs cannot eat.

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