Yes, dogs can eat multigrain bread in a moderate amount. However, we suggest not giving it to your dog as a regular snack since it is calorically dense and does not provide any major nutritional value to your dog. Some variants of multigrain bread might even have some seeds and nuts that can be harmful to dogs.
|Safe in moderate amounts.
|Multigrain bread has a high dietary fiber content, which can aid in digestion for dogs.
|Some multigrain bread might include toxic ingredients like raisins or macadamia nuts. Eating too much multigrain bread over a period can lead to obesity and pancreatitis in dogs.
How Much Multigrain Bread is Safe for Dogs?
Since multigrain bread tends to be a calorie filler for dogs, there’s so recommended serving for it. However, if you want to give your dog a bit of multigrain bread as an occasional treat, make sure that it does not make up for more than 10% of a dog’s daily calorie intake.
How to Safely Feed Multigrain Bread to Your Dog?
If you want to give your dog multigrain bread for its dietary fiber, it is best to give a few pieces of it occasionally. More than that will not be suitable and lead to weight gain for your dog.
Signs Your Dog has Eaten too Much Multigrain Bread
If your dog has eaten too much multigrain bread, it will likely exhibit these symptoms:
- Abdominal discomfort
Frequently Asked Questions
Multigrain bread has more dietary fiber and nutritional benefits, however, it is not necessarily better for dogs and can lead to health issues if eaten regularly.
Most nuts are safe for dogs, however, there are some that are toxic. Therefore, it is best to avoid giving your dog bread with nuts in it.