Most dogs will eat anything. I once watched one of my dogs devour an entire tube of toothpaste, which he then vomited up (so you can imagine how minty fresh breath smelled for the next week).
Broccoli is no exception. My two French Bulldogs love it! Broccoli is a very healthy product and has many health benefits for humans too. It’s packed full of vitamins and minerals but make sure to cook any veggies before feeding them to your Frenchie or they could upset their stomachs. You might want to keep other veggies like brussels sprouts, cauliflower, and cabbage away from your dog too as they are not always digested well by some dogs. These foods may cause gas in some small dogs and will cause gas in my dogs if they eat them!
I have never heard of a dog being poisoned by broccoli, but I know it is best not to feed your dog regularly as some dogs can become obese from eating too many veggies. You should also be aware that the sugar content in vegetables like potatoes could upset a small dog’s stomach so you might need to avoid those as well.
You can give your French Bulldog-cooked broccoli as long as there are no strings attached! Broccoli has lots of healthy nutrients for humans and dogs alike but you must always cook any fresh produce before feeding it to your Frenchie or their sensitive tummy may reject it causing all sorts of digestive problems.
Make sure none of the green parts are still attached to the broccoli before you feed it to your French Bulldog. And remember, it is best not to feed your Frenchie regularly as some dogs can become obese from overeating vegetables.
Can French bulldogs eat raw broccoli?
As is true with any fresh produce, you should only give your French Bulldog raw vegetables in moderation. If your Frenchie can eat broccoli in its raw form, it will most likely not cause any stomach upset. However, you might want to avoid giving your dog raw cruciferous vegetables like brussels sprouts, cauliflower, and cabbage as they contain goitrogens that can upset some dogs’ stomachs. It is best to cook cruciferous vegetables before feeding them and only give your dog small servings regularly.
French Bulldogs can eat cooked broccoli but should be given this treat in moderation as too much of any product, raw or cooked, could cause digestive upset and other problems for your Frenchie.
What veggies can Frenchies eat?
Your French Bulldog can eat just about any vegetables that you give them in moderation. To be on the safe side, only feed your dog produce that has been cooked. There are many health benefits to feeding your Frenchie veggies and this is a great way to supplement their diet with additional vitamins and nutrients.
However, if your Frenchie has a sensitive stomach, you might want to avoid giving them high fiber produce like brussels sprouts, cauliflower, and cabbage. Also, keep in mind that too much of any vegetable could upset your dog’s tummy so make sure not to feed your Frenchie large amounts regularly as this could cause digestive problems.
What can French bulldogs not eat?
As with most things, all dogs are different and some may be more sensitive than others. Dogs that have had problems eating certain foods in the past will likely continue to have problems digesting those same foods again in the future.
If your Frenchie has a history of digestive upset after eating anything from peanut butter to orange juice, you might want to avoid these items in the future. Some dogs may be allergic to specific ingredients or additives and if you suspect your dog might react to certain foods, it would be best not to feed them those things again.
Can French bulldogs eat scrambled eggs?
Yes, French Bulldogs can eat scrambled eggs as long as they are not allergic to eggs. Eggs contain protein and lots of healthy nutrients that will benefit your dog’s health. However, there might be some dogs that are allergic to eggs so you should monitor your dog after feeding them eggs to see how their body reacts. Also, keep in mind that some dogs may become obese after eating too many eggs.
French Bulldogs can eat scrambled eggs as long as they are not allergic to them. Eggs contain protein and lots of healthy nutrients that will benefit your dog’s health. However, some dogs may be allergic to eggs so you should monitor your dog after feeding them eggs to see how their body reacts.