Dogs can eat cabbage, however it may cause gas. It has B1, B6, C, K, and phytonutrients. Antioxidants boost dogs' and humans' health. Red cabbage can enhance downs' fibre, manganese, copper, and potassium levels.

Cabbage

Carrots are a good snack for dogs because they may be eaten raw, are low in calories, and don't induce gas. Carrots contain B, C, D, E, K, and fibre.

Carrots

In moderation, cauliflower is safe. This cruciferous vegetable can cause gas. Cauliflower is immune-boosting because it contains vitamins B, C, and K and omega-3 fatty acids.

Cauliflower

Celery works extra for our dogs. Vitamins A, B, and C freshen your dog's breath. Vitamin A improves dogs' eyesight.

Celery

Cucumbers stimulate energy and have a low caloric content, making them ideal for overweight dogs. Cucumbers give dogs B1, C, K, potassium, copper, magnesium, and biotin.

Cucumbers

Root vegetables help dogs' coats and digestion. Beets provide vitamin C, fibre, folate, manganese, and potassium. They aid with nutrition absorption.

Beets

Broccoli causes gas like cauliflower. This might be unpleasant for you and your dog. Broccoli has vitamins A, C, E, K, fibre, and nearly no fat. Too-large stalks can clog your dog's throat.

Broccoli

Brussels sprouts enhance vitamin C and K. They include anti-inflammatory antioxidants. Introduce Brussels sprouts slowly to check whether they produce flatulence.

Brussels Sprouts

Butternut squash contains vitamins A, B6 and C to boost your dog's immune and circulatory systems. Low-calorie, high-nutrient, and soothing on the stomach.

Butternut Squash

Raw vegetable crunch! Plain, unsalted steamed or canned green beans are safe to eat. Green beans are high in vitamins A, C, and K, folic acid, and fibre.

Green Beans

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