Bell peppers have a number of health benefits for both humans and dogs including vitamins A, B6, lutein, and E. In addition, they are great sources of beta-carotene as well as vitamin C, which are two crucial antioxidants. All these also help in boosting the immune system of your dog.
However, be careful not to overdo the peppers or introduce them too fast. It is best to observe the dog first and then adjust the diet accordingly. Large dogs should probably not eat more than half of the pepper at a time while smaller dogs should limit the amount to a quarter at a time. Anything beyond that may cause symptoms like an upset stomach, diarrhea, and vomiting.
How to Prepare Bell Peppers For Your Dog
The key here is to keep matters simple. Avoid seasoning, salt and other things that dogs cannot eat (such as onions and garlic). Spicy varieties such as chili peppers and jalapenos are also things to avoid. To make the experience easier for canine mouths, try steaming the outer skin because it can be tough to chew. As usual, you should always consult your vet when introduc