Yes, dogs can eat peas and corn. Both vegetables are a great combination to offer as a side for your dog’s main protein-based meal. Peas and corn are full of vitamins, minerals, and essential nutrients that improve your dog’s health.
|Safe in moderation
|Vitamins A, B, c, and K, minerals like magnesium, zinc, copper, and iron
|Digestive issues, abdominal pain, allergic reaction
Signs Your Dog Ate Too Many Peas and Corn
If your dog has eaten too many peas and corn, it will likely go through gastrointestinal distress. They will be visibly uncomfortable and might experience vomiting and diarrhea.
How Much Peas and Corn Are Safe for Dogs?
A tablespoon or two is enough for a small dog. Bigger dogs can have more. However, we suggest planning your dog’s meals to ensure their calorie intake is maintained.
Remember, your dog is getting their essential nutrients from their main meal source as well.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, dogs can eat peas, corn, and carrots together. Make sure they are steamed well, so they don’t harm your dog’s sensitive stomach.
Yes, you can give your dog frozen peas, corn, and carrots. Make sure to thaw them before serving because frozen vegetables can pose a choking hazard. You can also cut fresh vegetables and freeze them to use later for ease.
Yes, dogs can eat corn, but only if the kernels have been detached. Dogs cannot eat corn on the cob because it can be very harmful to them.