Can dogs eat Vegetable stock?

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Benefits

health-benefits
  • Vegetable stock is rich in nutrients beneficial to dogs.
  • Vegetable stock is high in fiber which helps indigestion.
  • Vegetable stock also contains potassium, essential for healthy nerve, muscle, and heart function in dogs.

Risks

health-risks
  • The tranditional vegetable stock ingridients include carrots, celery, and onions. Other vegetables from the allium family are added, such as onion leeks, garlic, scallions, and shallots, which are toxic to dogs.
  • Other ingredients added to the vegetable stock include aromatics, herbs, and spices that can be harmful to dogs. Consuming these vegetable stocks in large amounts can cause digestive issues in dogs.
  • Store-bough vegetable stock is available in liquid, powder, and cube form. Some of these vegetable stocks are high in sodium and may contain preservatives and additives that are unhealthy for dogs.
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Servings

serving-suggestions
  • Avoid giving store-bought vegetable stock to dogs. Instead, make your own homemade vegetable stock using dog-friendly ingredients.

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