Yes, dogs can eat brussel sprouts in moderation just like other vegetables.
Brussel sprouts belong to cruciferae, they look like mini cabbages. They are rich in vitamins and dietary fiber. Brussel sprouts contain sulforaphane and indole-3-carbinol which can fight cell-damaging free radicals and reduce the risk of cancer. Besides, they are all rich in antioxidants which have the ability to reduce inflammation and improve dog’s coat.
Brussel sprouts is a good source of vitamin K that are important for dog’s healthy bones.
Brussel sprouts can balance dog’s diet, raw brussel sprouts or cooked are both good for your dogs. If you wanna feed the cooked, I recommend steaming or stir frying as it doesn’t cause significant nutrients lost, but boiling will make the loss of nutrients.
Brussel sprouts are cute, but don’t feed your dog large amounts of brussel sprouts, large consumption can cause diarrhea. Three brussel sproutsis or less are enough for dogs.