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Their cute little puppy-eyes may make you want to give them whatever they want, but dogs can’t always eat what humans eat. Make sure you know the foods that dogs can and can’t have before sharing with them. I usually stick to giving my dog Rocko fruits and vegetables. If I ever think of giving him something new I google it just to make sure before I do. Okay for dogs: Carrots - vitamin A Apples - contain vitamin A and C Mango - vitamins A, B6, C and E Salmon - high in omega-3 fatty acids; a good way to give dogs some vitamins they need Sweet potatoes - high in vitamin A and fiber Oatmeal - source of dietary fiber Yogurt (unsweetened and unflavored) - calcium and protein Eggs (fully cooked)  - biotin, protein, riboflavin and selenium Pineapple - vitamin C Can’t eat: Grapes Almonds Cinnamon Macadamia Nuts Avocado Tomatoes Mushrooms All the above information was found on the American Kennel Club website, as well as iheartdogs.com.

Tropical Fruit bowls for you and your pup

Ingredients: Pineapple 
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Rocko and I // Photo by Sierra Sandoval
Yogurt (plain, no added sugar or flavoring) Coconut flakes Raspberries Mango   Banana Strawberries Oatmeal  

Pupcakes 

I threw these together for Rocko’s first birthday.
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Rocko // Photo by Sierra Sandoval
Ingredients: 1 cup of shredded carrots 2 cups of oats (unsweetened, unflavored and cooked) 1 tablespoon of honey ½ cup of peanut butter 1 egg 3 mashed bananas   Directions: Mix all the ingredients together and cook in the oven for about 15 minutes on 350 F (the egg needs to cook completely) or until golden brown.

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