Biscuits are generally safe for dogs to eat. However, certain biscuit varieties should be avoided as they are potentially dangerous to canines. These include biscuits containing chocolate and xylitol, which can cause poisoning in dogs.
Biscuits are a source of carbohydrates for a quick energy boost and to keep hunger away.
Some biscuits are fortified with vitamins and minerals like vitamin A, vitamin B12, and iron.
Some biscuits made for human consumption contain artificial flavoring and sweeteners that may be toxic to dogs.
Chocolate biscuits, butter cookies, biscuits with raisins, and Hobnobs are examples of biscuits that are not recommended for dogs due to their toxicity and sugar content.
Biscuits may trigger allergic reactions in dogs with grain sensitivities.
Biscuits made for human consumption are not recommended for dogs as dog treats.