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The answer will be “Yes”, but it’s not that simple. It depends on what kind of and how much beans dogs eat.

Beans have many health benefits such as regulating blood sugar, providing significant nutrition like B-vitamins, potassium, magnesium, and iron. Also, they are a rich source of fiber and protein. However, beans shouldn’t be used to replace meat.

Moreover, the number of beans served to dogs should be considered. Feeding dogs with beans in moderation can help curb gas and constipation, but if dogs eat too many beans, they can get gassy. Normally, beans should be considered as a snack or incorporate with regular dog’s meal.

What Kind Of Beans Can Dogs Eat?

Green Beans: Green beans are probably the most popular type of beans that people like to feed their dogs because of some good reasons above.

Black Beans: Just like green beans mentioned above, black beans are also a very good option for beans that dogs are allowed to eat safely.

Legumes: Legumes are very high in protein, which is excellent for dog owners trying to boost the protein intake of their dogs, alongside high-quality, high-protein dog food of-course.

Red Kidney Beans: Which contain a whole lot of antioxidants that help lower cholesterol levels.

Baked Beans: Baked beans contain sugar that is not good for your dog. Sugar in baked beans can cause weight gain and crash a diabetic dog’s blood sugar. In addition, tomatoes, garlic, and onion in baked beans can be toxic to dogs.

Chili Beans: You also shouldn’t serve your dogs with chili beans because of the same reasons with baked beans. Besides, the spiciness in chili beans will definitely lead to severe gastric upset like diarrhea and persistent gas.

Coffee Beans: This type of beans contains decent levels of caffeine. And caffeine can damage your dog’s neurological system and even lead to death.

Canned Beans: Canned beans contain excess sodium and preservatives that are very toxic to dogs.

Tips for Serving Beans Safely

It’s best to serve healthy beans in moderation and never use raw beans. Firstly, we can use dried beans, soak them and cook them without seasonings and then serve them as a snack or mix them with regular dog’s food.

Susan
 

Dear my friends, I’m Susan J.Varney, as a dog lover, I’m here to give you best advices and experiences of mine to help you deal with your cute, lovely dogs. The4legged.com was established with the goal to equip you with knowledge about nutrition, common diseases, habits of your dogs. Also, I teach you some simple ways to train your intelligent dogs. Read more

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