By: Noah William
Cooked boneless, skinless chicken breast and brown rice are easy for dogs to digest. Add olive or coconut oil for extra calories.
Make sure to choose an all-natural peanut butter with no added sugar or salt. Mix with Greek yogurt for extra protein.
Scrambled, hard boiled, or mixed into foods, eggs are a healthy way to add calories.
Cooked oatmeal with a bit of honey or applesauce mixed in provides complex carbs.
Baked, mashed, or added to stews, sweet potatoes are a nutritious carb.
Grated low-fat cheese over kibble or homemade food adds flavor and fat.
Plain yogurt with live active cultures provides probiotics. Mix in some peanut butter for extra calories.
Cooked salmon is loaded with healthy omega-3s. Use canned salmon for convenience.
Canned pureed pumpkin is an easy way to add fiber. Mix into food or make pup-safe pancakes.
Mash ripe bananas into kibble or homemade dog foods for fiber and natural sweetness.
Lean ground beef or chopped steak boosts protein levels. Cook fully before feeding.
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