Dog Facts

Do dogs eat carrots?


Yes, dogs can eat carrots. Carrots are perfectly safe for dogs.

Very important is the presence of vitamin A in carrots , which provides excellent eye health, immune and skin health to your dog.

Carrots are high in a beta-carotene, and are good for dog’s eyes.

Also carrots are high in soluble fiber, important for dog’s stool.

If your dog is having weight problems, carrots are excellent healthy dog treat with low calories and low fat.
Carrots are very good nutritious snack. They are important for your dog’s dental health. Chewing on carrots can be good for every dog, even puppies or adult dogs.

You can even freezing carrots, they will be great for teething your puppie or gently scraping your dog’s teeth and removes the plaque.

Both, raw and cooked carrots are healthy options for dogs. The raw carrot is crunchy and good for dog’s teeth but dogs cannot metabolize the nutrients of raw carrot. To keep the nutritional attributes of carrots, you must lightly cook or steam them.

Many dogs just love to eat carrots. They especially like chewing on them, and also some of them like the sweetness of the carrots.