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Are Edamame toxic to dogs?
How to feed my dog Edamame?
If you want to try feeding your dog
If feeding your dog the beans or the pods, leave them fresh, steamed and cooled and without any additives like salt. Your dog does not need salt in their diet.
Health factors of Edamame beans for dogs
Edamame is a wonderful whole food with little or no procesingd food and has the following health benefits for your dog. Pets Consider talks extensively about the health benefits of Edamame for dogs and includes:
Cholesterol and heart health
Soy products assist with a significant reduction in bad cholesterol and triglycerides and may be a benefit for dogs with high cholesterol. Having
Don't forget, dogs can be allergic or sensitive to many foods, even if they aren't toxic to most dogs and this can include soy. Test food out on your dogs in small amounts. If your dog suffers from diarrhea, constipation, vomiting, bloating, or gas. Either reduce the amount and provide water
So, can dogs eat Edamame?
Yes, dogs can eat Edamame beans! BUT, always in moderation and test a small amount before feeding lots of these beans. Just like us, your dog can be
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