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Leafy Greens

Cook & feed your dog Leafy Greens

Leafy Greens

Rich in protein and dietary fibre, leafy greens for dogs include the leaves of any of a variety of loose-leafed plants such as kale, spinach, collard greens, bok choy, turnip greens and Swiss chard.

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Leafy Greens are dog-friendly!

About Leafy Greens:
Amongst the healthiest vegetables you can feed your dog, leafy greens are the leaves of any of a variety of loose-leafed plants which can include kale, spinach, collard greens, bok choy, dandelion greens, turnip greens and Swiss chard.

Benefits of Leafy Greens:
As with the likes of kale and collard greens, leafy greens tend to contain large amounts of vitamin K, as well as being rich in vitamin A, vitamin C and manganese. They also contain reasonable amounts of vitamin A, vitamin B6 and calcium together with trace amounts of numerous other vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients.

High in dietary fibre, leafy greens are good for a dog’s digestive health, help promote healthy skin and coat, help maintain healthy bone and muscle, help fight against cancer and lower the risk of heart disease.

So if you have some leafy greens left over from your own cooking, you know what to do with them. Feed them to your dog. Better still, make leafy greens a regular in your dog’s dish – for both your sakes!

Preparing & Cooking:
Finely chop (ribs and all, it doesn’t matter), steam or boil until soft and add to your dog’s normal food.

Serving Suggestion:
See recipe below.


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Follow recipe guidelines to ensure moderation and to avoid digestive issues.

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