What makes a “super” food? Edibles that deliver the maximum amount of nutrients with minimum calories. Humans and dogs can share several common foods that are nutritionally dense, and pack a lot of healthful benefits into a serving. These super foods help people and their pets fight disease, boost energy and maintain good health in general.
#1 – Apples (without the seeds)
This full-of-fiber food helps to clean your dog’s teeth while he chomps and can even freshen their breath.
#2 – Bananas
Bananas are great for active, athletic dogs.
#3 – Carrots
This low calorie snack is high in beta-carotene which boosts night vision and helps protect eyes against cataracts.
#4 – Raw Local Honey
When dogs eat raw, local honey, they ingest minute amounts of local pollen, which helps increase the body’s tolerance of it when exposed to larger amounts, like during allergy season.
Broccoli boasts cancer-fighting powers and is rich in eye-protecting lutein.
#6 - Blueberries
They are low in calories and rich in antioxidants, which promote cell growth in both humans and dogs.
#7 - Watermelon
Like apple, make sure that you remove the seeds and rind first before you give them to your dog. Because watermelon contains more water, it’s a perfect treat for your dog during summer days.