Can my dog eat Haricot beans?
Haricot beans, also called navy beans, are white or cream colored beans that originated in the Americas. These small white beans are popular for use in soups and other dishes. Navy beans are packed with B vitamins, calcium, iron, manganese, phosphorous and zinc.
Can my dog eat Haricot beans? Yes—they can be a healthy addition to your fur baby’s diet when used as an occasional addition. Be sure to first cook the beans, to make them easily digestible for your pup. Avoid canned navy beans if they’re combined with other ingredients such as onions, sugar, garlic, and spices that may be toxic to your pet. Can my puppy eat haricot beans? Yes, but again, only in moderation and as an occasional treat. My dog ate too many beans—what should I watch out for? Beans can cause digestive issues for your canine companion, including excessive gas, vomiting and diarrhea. This is why it’s a good idea to only serve haricot beans once in a while.
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