4. Hard-boiled Eggs
Eggs are healthy, easy treats for your pup. They provide protein and a range of B-vitamins among other benefits. Keep a few hard-boiled eggs in the refrigerator to use as training treats or a midday snack. Plus, the calcium in eggshells can help your dog’s teeth and bones!
Note: senior dogs and puppies may not be able to crunch up the shell, and some dogs are picky about the texture. In that case, hard-boiled egg pieces (or scrambled eggs) are your best bet.
Cooked or fresh, lettuce is packed with vitamins and minerals that support overall health (though iceberg lettuce is mainly water, which isn’t a bad thing!.) Serve it plain or with carrots and rice, or add lettuce to your dog’s usual meal.
The vitamin C in strawberries is great for boosting your dog’s immune system, and it’s a fruit your dog can safely enjoy. Offer her fresh strawberries when they’re in season, or a frozen berry as a delightful treat in summer. Avoid strawberries with added sugar or syrup.