Can dogs eat cooked corn?

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Dogs can eat corn as a treat or food topping as long as you remove it from the cob. After cooking the corn on the cob, simply cut it off with a knife and offer a small amount. Never add salt, fat, or other seasonings. Remember that dog treats should never make up more than 10% of your dog's primary diet, corn included.
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Is it Safe for My Dog to Eat Corn on the Cob? No matter how lovingly your dog looks at you while you're enjoying a piece of corn on the cob, do not share it with him. There is a risk that he will choke on it, and if he ingests the cob it can cause a serious intestinal blockage.
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Dogs can eat corn as a treat or food topping as long as you remove it from the cob. After cooking the corn on the cob, simply cut it off with a knife and offer a small amount. Never add salt, fat, or other seasonings. Remember that dog treats should never make up more than 10% of your dog's primary diet, corn included.
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Sweet corn from a can.

Unlike corn on the cob, sweet corn has been removed from the cob and is therefore completely safe for dogs to eat.

It is often used as an addition to pet food to bulk it out cheaply, though it doesn't necessarily add much in terms of calorific value or protein.

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Cornbread in moderation is unlikely to harm your dog, although some pets have wheat allergies or sensitivities to grains. However, cornbread often has added sugar, and has minimal nutritional value for dogs. It should not form a staple of your dog's diet, but as an occasional snack it poses few health risks.
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As a whole grain, corn is not easily digestible.

That's because unless the kernel is first refined into a meal or a flour and then cooked, corn would be very difficult for a dog to digest.

As a matter of fact, corn (and other grains) are only digestible to the extent to which they're processed.

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Corn is safe for your dog to eat including Corn kernels.

However, be sure to monitor small dogs as they may choke on a kernel.

Do not let your dog eat the kernels off a Corn cob.

If part of the cob is eaten, your dog is at risk for an intestinal obstruction leading to digestive issues.

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If the cob is the dangerous part, can dogs eat corn from a can? The answer is yes, dogs can eat sweet corn.

But they really don't need to.

This incredibly starchy food is difficult to digest and often passes straight through the gut completely intact.

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