5 Fall Fruits & Veggies for Your Dog

Full of vitamins, minerals, and fiber, fruits and veggies make up an important part of your pup's diet and can help improve digestion. Peel and chop these fall faves into bite-sized chunks, add them to your pup's v-dog kibble, or check out the recipes below for inspiration!

Be sure to introduce any new food gradually into your dog's diet to avoid potential tummy upsets. Check out our guide here for more tips and tricks.

#1 Pears

If your pup has a sweet tooth, pears are the way to go! They're also a great option for dogs who have trouble chewing. Start with a small amount, as they are high in fiber and a little can go a long way. 

Recipe feature: Fall Spice Maple Dog Treats

#2 Pumpkin

Remove seeds, steam, and cool your pumpkin before feeing to your pup, or look for plain canned pumpkin as a mix-in for kibble or homemade dog treats. Puréed pumpkin can help with loose stool — just add a spoonful to your dog's meals. 

Recipe feature: Vegan Pumpkin Dog Treats

#3 Apples

Peel, slice, and core your apples, then cut into bite-sized chunks as a treat. Apples are high in vitamin A, vitamin C, and other antioxidants that help fight disease.

Recipe feature: Easy Fruit Smoothie for Dogs

#4 Carrots

Carrots can be fed raw or cooked — just chop into bite-sized pieces for a quick snack or kibble topper. The texture of raw carrots makes them great for dental health, as they promote chewing that helps prevent plaque buildup.

Recipe feature: Savory Vegan Birthday Pupcakes

#5 Beets

Beets are a great source of fiber, vitamin C, and potassium. Peel, slice, steam, and cool them for your pup, and watch out for anything that could get stained with beet juice!

Recipe feature: "Beets Mode" Smoothie for Dogs

 

Does your pup have a favorite fall fruit or veggie? Tag us @vdogfood on Instagram! 


vegan dogs

At v-dog, we love fruits and veggies! Our dog food, breathbone chews, and wiggle biscuits are all packed with superfoods like blueberries, kale, sweet potatoes, and cranberries. A nutritionally complete and balanced plant-based diet can improve your pup's skin and coat, digestion, and overall health. Learn more about why our products are vegan here

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