While most people are safe to eat, there are some foods that are unsafe for dogs.

Which people foods are safe for dogs

Here, we'll explain how some foods are safe for dogs and some aren't.

Carrots are a popular human food that is often given to pets. Chewing on  carrots substantially helps remove tartar from their teeth and assists  in promoting healthy dental hygiene.


Carrots can also be a great source of vitamin A, which is good for a dog's body and immune system.

Apples can also be a good source of fiber that can help regulate a dog's digestion. However, eating rotting apples can lead to alcohol poisoning in dogs.


Plain cooked white rice can be a viable option for a dog with an upset  stomach, since it's easy on digestion and helps with constipation.

White Rice

However, rice can raise a dog's blood sugar level; for that reason, sensitive dogs should not take a lot.

Salmon, shrimp, and tuna are all safe for dogs to eat, and their protein contents are great for dogs' immune systems.


Salmon and tuna supply lots of omega-3 fatty acids, which help keep a dog's coat and skin healthy.

The B vitamins in shrimp also benefit a dog's digestive system and help promote the health of its circulatory system.