Many canine owners most likely have been curious to whether or not it is safe for feed crab meat to their dogs.
Some of the positive things about crabs is that they are loaded with nutrients which includes such things as vitamins and protein.
In theory some of these nutrients can benefit your dogs health.
So can dogs eat crab meat at all?
Yes, but only if the crab meat is prepared properly and if only a little bit is given to your dog to start.
Like all food moderation is key and when you introduce new human food to your dogs you need to be careful of diarrhea and upset stomachs. By slowly introducing foods you can limit the negative effects.
The great thing about crab meat is that it is low in saturated fat and calories which makes it a great occasional snack for dogs.
The possible downsides of feeding crab meat to your dog is that they could be allergic and it contains high levels of sodium. So be careful to only give a little.
Additionally it is important to only give 100% fresh cooked crab meat to your dog. Fake crab sticks have unfortunately become very popular and need to be avoided. Along with any uncooked crab.
Yes, dogs can eat crab meat as long is 100% fresh cooked crab and it is in moderation. Also you should introduce the new food slowly into their diet.