Dogs can eat yogurt. Dogs love yogurt as much as milk. It’s important to note that dogs can experience lactose intolerance just like humans, not have the necessary digestive enzymes to fully digest sugar in milk products, even a little yogurt can cause vomit or diarrhea. So monitor your dog’s reaction carefully at first time.
If it’s safe for your dogs, be sure to choose the plain yogurt with no sugars or artificial sweeteners, must be loaded the active and living bacteria increases the absorption of calcium and B-vitamins. The yogurt also contains lactic acid was associated with better periodontal health. Yogurt is rich in protein and calcium, is nutrient needed to build strong teeth and bones. If your dogs are overweight, make sure yougurt you buy be low-fat or nonfat.
In summer, frozen yogurt is the best treat for dogs. You can add some safe and fresh fruits for dogs such as apples, strawberries and bananas. Yummy, Yummy, just like dog’s ice cream.
Yogurt benefits our health, but it isn’t a part of your dog’s daily food. Dogs can eat nonfat or low-fat plain yogurt as a treat at times. Yogurt is low in calories, adequate amounts intake benefit dog’s health.