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Why are peas not good for dogs? Don’t give them to dogs that have kidney problems. Peas contain purines, a naturally occurring chemical compound, also found in some food and drinks. Purines produce uric acid that’s filtered through the kidneys. Too much uric acid can lead to kidney stones and other kidney conditions.
How many peas can I give my dog? A handful of peas is way too many to give even a big dog. Peas should always be fed in moderation to prevent flatulence and bloat. Stick to a teaspoon of peas for small breeds and a tablespoon for larger breeds. If your dog has never eaten peas before, feed them only one or two to see how they take to them.
What is the best vegetable for dogs?
- Green Beans.
- Yams /Sweet Potatoes.
- Butternut Squash. Benefits: Butternut squash contains lots of vitamins and minerals like A, C, B6 and more which help your dog’s immune system, vision and cardiovascular function.
Do peas give dogs diarrhea? While dogs don’t need to consume fruits and vegetables, you can still give them as treats to your pet. You can also feed pea pods to your dog, but you need to make sure that they don’t get stuck in their throat. Peas may cause vomiting or diarrhea in some dogs.