Brown rice is a nutritious and easily digestible grain that can form the base of a vegetarian dog diet, providing carbohydrates and fiber.
Sweet potatoes are a great source of vitamins, fiber, and complex carbohydrates, offering essential nutrients for your dog.
Legumes (Lentils and Chickpeas)
Legumes like lentils and chickpeas are rich in protein and can be cooked and added to your dog's meals to provide plant-based protein.
Green beans are a low-calorie and fiber-rich vegetable that can add bulk to your dog's meals, aiding in digestion and weight management.
Carrots are a source of vitamins and fiber, and they make for a tasty and crunchy addition to your dog's vegetarian diet.
Peas are another vegetable that can contribute to the protein content of your dog's diet and provide essential nutrients.
Spinach is a leafy green that offers vitamins and minerals, but it should be cooked before feeding it to your dog to reduce the oxalate content.
Pumpkin is rich in fiber and can aid in digestive health. It's a good addition to a vegetarian dog diet in moderation.