What foods are good for a diabetic dog?

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An excellent diet choice for a diabetic dog is a meat-based high protein food that is moderately fat and carbohydrate restricted.

Carbohydrates, if included, should be low glycemic (for example, barley or sorghum).

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An excellent diet choice for a diabetic dog is a meat-based high protein food that is moderately fat and carbohydrate restricted.

Carbohydrates, if included, should be low glycemic (for example, barley or sorghum).

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The Best Dry Dog Foods May 2021

  • Wellness Complete Health Dry Dog Food.
  • Instinct Original Grain-Free Dry.
  • Nature's Logic Dry Dog Food.
  • Blue Buffalo Life Protection Dry.
  • Canidae Grain-Free Pure Dry Dog Food.
  • Orijen Dry Dog Food.
  • Diamond Naturals Dry Kibble.
  • Nulo Freestyle Dry Dog Food.
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The 5 Best Foods for Chihuahuas

  • Blue Buffalo Small Breed Adult Recipe.
  • Fromm Gold Small Breed Adult Dog Food.
  • Wellness CORE Natural Grain Free Dry Dog Food.
  • Blue Buffalo Wilderness Small Breed Dog Food.
  • CANIDAE Grain Free PURE Dry Dog Food.
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Dog approved people food

  • Peanut butter. A favorite treat of many canines.
  • Cooked chicken. Can be slipped into the bowl along with your dog's regular food to add a spice and extra protein to its diet.
  • Cheese.
  • Baby carrots.
  • Yogurt.
  • Salmon.
  • Pumpkin.
  • Eggs.
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Dog approved people food

  • Peanut butter. A favorite treat of many canines.
  • Cooked chicken. Can be slipped into the bowl along with your dog's regular food to add a spice and extra protein to its diet.
  • Cheese.
  • Baby carrots.
  • Yogurt.
  • Salmon.
  • Pumpkin.
  • Eggs.
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Top Recommendations for the Best Dog Food for Yorkies

  • Merrick Grain Free Puppy Recipe Dry Dog Food.
  • Canidae Life Stages Platinum Less Active Senior Dog Food.
  • Hill's Science Diet Dog Food.
  • Blue Buffalo Small Breed Chicken & Rice Formula.
  • Wellness Complete Health Small Breed Natural.
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Treats between meals are OK, as long as they're low in sugar and carbohydrates.

Avoid snacks that list syrup, molasses, fructose, dextrose, or maltose on the ingredients label.

Homemade dehydrated meats, carrots, snap peas, and even canned pumpkin are good options.

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