Cook & feed your dog Cabbage
Cabbage for Dogs
Rich in antioxidants which help protect the immune system and help fight against cancer-causing free radicals, cabbage is also good for a dog’s skin, aids with digestion because of its high fibre content, and is even said to be good for the brain.
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Cabbage is dog-friendly!
Cabbage is a cruciferous vegetable and a member of the brassica family whose domestication from wild cabbage is believed to date back to before 1000BC.
Considered a luxury by the ancient Romans, cabbage is now one of our most common and affordable vegetables, loved and hated in equal measure by human adults, universally despised by the majority of children, but loved by and highly beneficial for dogs.
Benefits of Cabbage:
Cabbage is rich in antioxidants which help protect the immune system and help fight against cancer-causing free radicals. Cabbage is also good for the skin, aids with digestion because of its high fibre content, and is even said by some to be good for the brain.
Cabbage is a good source of vitamins A, C, K, B1, B2, B3, B5 and B9. It’s also a good source of choline, manganese, potassium, copper, phosphorus, magnesium, calcium, selenium, iron, fibre and protein.
Preparing & Cooking:
Finely chop and lightly cook (boil or steam) with other vegetable ingredients.
Sprinkle a little finely chopped and cooked cabbage on top of your dog’s meal or mix with other ingredients when cooking.
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Always lightly cook your dog’s cabbage. Do not feed it raw as raw cabbage can negatively affect the thyroid gland.
Cabbage is amongst the healthiest vegetables to feed a dog. Lightly cooked, and fed in moderation, it’s an ingredient dogs love and benefit from enormously. And don’t worry, fed this way, wind shouldn’t be an issue!
Follow recipe guidelines to ensure moderation and to avoid digestive issues.
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