Teddy Grahams may be a delicious snack to have and you may enjoying them from time to time but are they safe for your dog to eat?
Before we can answer this question we should look at the ingredients that are included in these treats. They include:
- Graham Flour
- Unbleached Enriched Flour
- Thiamine Monoitrate
- Soybean and/or Canola Oil
- Calcium Carbonate
- Baking Soda
- Soy Lecithin
- Natural Flavor
So based off this information and looking at the nutritional facts chart we can see that Teddy Grahams do in fact contain a lot of sugar and fat which is bad for a dogs health.
Therefore to answer the question can dogs eat teddy grahams or not the answer is no!
In moderation they could have a few but it isn’t ideal for their health and doesn’t have any nutritional benefits.
What If Your Dog Eats Teddy Grahams?
Make sure you monitor their symptoms and make sure you do not notice anything serious such as vomiting, diarrhea, etc.
If you do you should take your dog to the vet right away to get them checked up.
If you don’t notice any symptoms they should be fine but just watch them.
No! You should never try and feed Teddy Grahams to your dog as they are not good for their health and have no nutritional benefits. If they eat a couple they should be fine but do not try and feed this snack to them on purpose.