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    Can dogs eat frozen peas?

    My grandma loves giving a little bowl of frozen peas to her every so often, there is no harm in frozen peas, correct? Any vegetable reccomendations that are easy to find?

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    Re: Can dogs eat frozen peas?

    Peas are great for a dog. As for frozen, I don't know it would hurt anything - maybe somone else knows something different.

    As for other veggies... anything green. Broccoli, kale, spinach, zucchini, summer squash (yeah, yellow I know), green beans, peas.

    If you use canned green beans or peas, make sure they are the 'no salt added'. I usually try to find fresh, but frozen is a good second choice.


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    Re: Can dogs eat frozen peas?

    I don't see why not as long as it's not too many. Peas are good for the kidneys and have Iron. I use them in my dog food.

    Carrots are good. Pumpkin is good. Green Beans.

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    Sometimes ours get mango, pineapple.

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