Trout is a type of fish that some people enjoy eating but for a dog it can come with some real dangers if not prepared correctly for your dog.
There is a risk of your dog getting Salmon Poisoning Disease (SPD) from eating this type of fish even if it is thoroughly cooked.
Unfortunately the effects of this disease or even the fact that this disease exists isn’t well known by dog owners and it can be fatal to your dog.
Therefore if you are someone who isn’t sure it would be best to avoid feeding trout to your dog at all. It can be a risky food to feed them.
If you are unsure and want more information it may be best to talk to a local pet shop or even a vet to get more details.
For certain you never feed your dog raw trout and its extremely dangerous for them.
As well your dog cannot eat the trout fish head either. There is the risk of your dog getting SPD and it could be fatal even if the fish is cooked.
Depending on the freshness of the trout and some other factors the risks of eating this fish change.
However as mentioned above if you are one of the people that would like to stay on the safe side when it comes to feeding your dog its best to avoid feeding them trout all together.