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Super Bowl Party Foods You Can and Can’t Feed Your Dog

football dogThe big game is almost here!  Super Bowl XLVII touches down on Sunday. Will it be the 49ers or the Ravens? Either way, if you’re grabbing some beer, some buds and huddling up for the greatest party ever, you’re probably not gonna leave your dog out of the festivities! Whether you watch the Puppy Bowl or the Super Bowl, here’s a guide for keeping your pooch from taking a personal foul.

Party Foods That are Safe For Your Dog

Remember, keep everything in moderation in regard to your dog’s weight to prevent bloating, vomiting or diarrhea.

  • A teeny amount of a plain hot dog (cut up)
  • Plain grilled hamburger
  • A tiny amount of chips (no more than a few)
  • Boiled, boneless, skinless chicken or turkey
  • Cooked plain white rice
  • Cooked eggs
  • Plain or whole wheat pasta
  • Celery with peanut butter
  • Carrots
  • Banana, strawberries or apple slices

These Foods are a Big NO

  • Meats lathered in sauce — this means no wings, no sausage and no seasoned hamburgers
  • NO bacon (sorry.)
  • Bones – From hot wings, ribs or chicken
  • Alcohol
  • Chocolate, cupcakes or candy
  • Onions and garlic
  • Avocado or guacamole
  • Salsa or chili (think of the spices!)
  • No cheese, no pizza (your dog’s stomach can’t process cheese)
  • Sandwiches (the processed meat will wreck his diet)
  • Potato salad
  • Ice cream
  • Nuts

PHOTO: Petsadviser

Amelia LeRutte

Amelia Lerutte is a public relations and social media expert, and a pack leader to a couple derpy Boston Terriers, a lovable Leonburger and a Keeshound. When not writing or promoting the i Love Dogs brand, Amelia is an avid NHL fan, ice hockey player and video gamer.

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