Prosciutto is an Italian dry-cured ham that is typically cut thinly and is served uncooked.
However, even though some people may enjoy eating this food it is unsafe for feed prosciutto to your dog for a couple of reasons.
- It is highly processed
- Usually high in fat
- Has a lot of salt
- Contains nitrates and spices
All of the above things are really bad for a dogs health and therefore prosciutto should be avoided as part of your dogs diet.
These ingredients can cause a variety of health concerns for your dog such as weight gain, laziness, upset stomach, vomiting and more.
No, you should not try and feed prosciutto to your dog as its bad for their health and will only cause health concerns for your dog in the long run.