Brussels sprouts: Contain vitamin K, which helps blood clot properly, builds bones, and protects the heart.
Carrots: Excellent source of vitamin A, potassium, and fiber, among other vitamins. Chewing on carrots can also help improve your dog’s dental health.
Zucchini : They’re rich in vitamins B & C, and they’re a great source of dietary fiber. They’re also low in fat and cholesterol.
Asparagus: Contains vitamins including A, B1, B2, C, E, and K. You’ll find an even more notable list of minerals, including folate, iron, copper, fiber, manganese and potassium.
Broccoli: It’s one of those super foods loaded with nutrients. Broccoli contains vitamins A, C, D, beta carotene, folic acid, as well as fiber, calcium, and chromium. When you cook broccoli, cancer fighting enzymes are released.
Green beans: A source of omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins A, C, and K. Vitamin K helps maintain bone health. Omega-3 fatty acids aid in heart health.
Pumpkin: It contains vitamin A and and has a good amount of potassium which regulates blood pressure
Spinach: Is a super food for both you and your dog. It helps protect against inflammation and heart issues, as well as cancer
Sweet Potato: They have A, B-6, C and E and are loaded with minerals as well. Sweet potatoes contain iron, potassium, copper, calcium, folate, thiamin, and folate
All dogs react differently to each and every food. If you choose to feed your dog any of the above vegetables give them in very small quantities and always in moderation.