“Any other food should be given as a small treat or topping to their meals. Roughly a tablespoon of fruit or vegetables per day should be enough for a medium-size dog.
Most vegetables make a good treat for your pet, says Jamie Richardson, BVetMed, medical chief of staff at Small Door Veterinary in New York City.
make sure whatever cut you give him is cooked and doesn't have much fat on it. Food with a high fat content can easily make your dog gain weight.
Many people love seafood, but should you give your pup a nibble of these delicacies from the sea? If it's raw, no—but if it's cooked, that's another story.
Dairy products are filled with protein, calcium and other essential nutrients for a balanced diet—and your dog can benefit from nibbling on the occasional dairy treat.