I was looking for a grain free snack for my dog and found that Pup-aroni has no grain in it. I’ve been giving it to him for a couple of months now and I just discovered that it contains Onion Extract. I’ve heard that this can build up over time and be dangerous for dogs. Does anyone know of a “safe” grain-free snack that I can give my dog?anonymousMember
How about 1/2 of a raw carrot once a day?
All those snacks are junk, you would be better off just giving your dog a bite of cooked chicken breast Or a bite of canned tuna.
There are some Purina products I would use. But not pup-aroni. The amount of onion is probably minute, but I would not be comfortable with it.
I use kibble as a base 1/2 to 2/3 of the diet. That’s enough processed food, IMO.
Splash of water and a topper such as a little scrambled egg.
Why are you avoiding grains?Carol MMember
Thanks for the suggestions. I’ll probably try the carrots or the cooked chicken breast. That’s easy enough for my busy schedule. My dog is allergic to grains. That’s why I was looking for a grain-free snack.
- This reply was modified 3 years, 10 months ago by Carol M.
If you are feeding a grain free kibble, you can always use a few kibbles as a snack too.
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