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In truth, these make a great snack for dogs and comprise vitamin A, beta carotene, and different nutrients; just make sure that smaller dogs don’t choke or swallow large pieces of uncooked carrots. Slice them or cook dinner them to make them safe on your canine. Image courtesy of PixabayYes, dogs can eat broccoli. You can give them cooked or raw florets – just don’t add any seasoning. The stalks could be a choking or obstruction hazard, however, so stick to small pieces or florets only. Also, don’t overdo it, as an extreme amount of broccoli (more than 25 p.c of your dog’s diet) can be toxic to dogs.