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Can dogs have tomato soup

Can dogs have tomato soup

Can dogs have tomato soup?

I have some leftover chicken and pasta and am wondering if this would be good for a dogs. He has a history of kidney problems and we were trying to give him less meat before but this could be an alternative.

Yes. You could add some canned tomato sauce to the chicken and pasta. It would still be healthier than anything you would serve him from a can though. And if he can handle onions, he should be fine. Chicken should be ok for him. He can also have some of the meat broth you'd use to make it.

I'm sure it would be fine. My dog had chicken as his 'dinner' on several occasions when he was an older dog. When I took him to the vet, they said it was fine, but he shouldn't eat anything for a few hours. So don't assume that he won't do anything.

He is also an older dog, but he still enjoys chicken. He has a history of food allergies so I try to keep his diet to chicken and veggies only.

As for a dog that doesn't like vegetables, you could try a food like Pro Plan that doesn't have chicken as the first ingredient.

You may have to be creative. I feed my dogs "real" beef liver (not from a can or package) because it's a good source of protein and they love it.

My dog can't handle anything that comes out of a can, so I've been experimenting with the dry food from the supermarket in small amounts. I just mix the two kinds together (kibble and raw) and that seems to work well for him. It's a good, nutritionally balanced food.

For the occasional dinner that a human or a dog would enjoy, I'd add the beef liver into a can of soup.

If your dog doesn't like tomatoes (it wouldn't surprise me if she had a tomato intolerance or allergy or the like), try adding some to her chicken soup, just a little bit at a time, to see how she reacts.

I know you were talking about canines, but I think it's really important to always watch a dog's reaction to new things, even if it's only at the slightest level. I can't stress enough how important it is.

I had a dog that would NOT eat chicken. She'd lap it up, though. Then one day I took her to the vet, and they said her pancreas was in trouble. I think they had to do a surgery or something like that. The only thing she would eat was chicken. I'd be careful with that, though.

My last dog was allergic to red meat and would eat it like nobody's business (and could even handle chicken), but wouldn't touch any vegetables.

I don't know if you're looking for advice about a vegetarian dog or a meat-eating dog, so I won't say which would be best, but I'll say that if you're looking for something healthy for your dog, you need to take that into account.

We feed raw, and my dog likes broccoli, so I think it would be ok. You can always use a little bit of veggie to get him to eat a little bit more, just like you'd use an apple or some other veggie to get a picky eater to try a bite or two.

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Yes. I was wondering if it would be ok. And the vet just told me not to feed her anything with red meat in it because it might upset her stomach and that she shouldn't eat any for a few hours.

The doctor had said the same thing. So maybe that's why I was asking.

He was really good. He actually ate more than usual today. He's getting better with the food. He can tell I'm feeding him a good meal.

Thanks for the help.

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My dog has a history of kidney issues, so I always have to make sure it's the right stuff for her. I wouldn't feed anything with red meat in it, but you might be able to find a meaty chicken soup (I know the ones with turkey are good) and mix it with a bit of dry food. I don't know what kind of diet you feed her, but I'd mix it in there about an hour before she eats it. You can just put a bit in the middle and then take a little from that until you know she's ready to eat the whole bowl.

There are plenty of dogs that would love a little meat in their meal. I have two that are meat eaters.

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"Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind." -Dr. Seuss

My dog has a history of kidney issues, so I always have to make sure it's the right stuff for her. I wouldn't feed anything with red meat in it, but you might be able to find a meaty chicken soup (I know the ones with turkey are good) and mix it with a bit of dry food. I don't know what kind of diet you feed her, but I'd mix it in there about an hour before she eats it. You can just put a bit in the middle and then take a little from that until you know she's ready to eat the whole bowl.

There are plenty of dogs that would love a little meat in their meal. I have two that are meat eaters.

I was talking about chicken, not red meat.

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