When it comes to fruits and vegetables, it can be difficult for us dog owners to remember what they can share with their doggy best friends and which ones could prove fatal. So, where do celery come into this? Can dogs eat celery?
Yes, dogs can eat celery it is very low in fat and cholesterol and is a great source of natural fibre. Celery contains vitamins A, C, and K along with folate, potassium and manganese.
Celery has also been known to help improve up your dog’s breath, some dog owners will be very pleased to learn this.
Celery is a potential choking hazard, this is especially true for smaller dogs. When feeding, ensure you cut the celery into small pieces before offering it to your dog as a treat
If your dog has any difficulties digesting celery it’s probably a great idea to swap it out for another vegetable that is easier for them to digest raw, such as asparagus, carrots, or cucumbers. This will allow them to get more vitamins from those vegetables. We made guides about feeding these to your dog, we suggest reading through them before feeding.
If your dog has any adverse reactions to any food, you should always consult your vet or a pet food nutritionist.