The Best Vegetables For Your Dog

Do you ever wonder if the vegetable that you’re giving your dog is actually okay for your dog to eat? The below list shows you which vegetable is healthy for your dog to have as a snack and why it is great. Read on to find out more.


A great low calorie treat for your dogs to munch on.

Excellent source of: Vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, beta carotene, potassium and fibre
Good for improving: skin, eyesight and blood sugar levels.

Sweet Potato

Excellent source of: Antioxidants, iron, fibre, beta carotene, vitamin A, vitamin C and vitamin B6.
Good for improving: Immune system, digestion and healthy skin and coat.
Preparation: washed, peeled, cooked and unseasoned. *tip* great as a jerky and great to chew on once dehydrated!


Yes, broccoli is safe for days but only in small quantities as broccoli florets contains isothiocyanates which can cause mild-to-potentially-severe gastric irritation in some dogs. However, if fed occasionally they are still a good source for: vitamins A, vitamin C, vitamin D, beta carotene, folic acid, as well as fiber, calcium, and chromium.


Excellent source of: Vitamin A, vitamin C, beta-carotene, fiber, potassium, zinc, calcium, and magnesium
Good for improving: Digestive system
Preparation: Cooked and unseasoned


Excellent source of: vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6, C and K. They also contain thiamin, phosphorus, manganese, fiber, and folate.
Good for improving: Bone health and boosting energy
Preparation: Can be served frozen, thawed, steamed, or mashed. However canned peas are not recommended as they usually contain a lot of added sodium.

Green Beans

Excellent source of: vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, natural plant fiber and manganese.
Preparation: Chopped, steamed, raw, and unseasoned.


Excellent source of: vitamin K, vitamin C, vitamin B1, potassium, copper, magnesium, and biotin
Good for: Chubby dogs as cucumbers contain very minimal carbohydrates, fats or oils and they can boost energy levels!

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  • Fruits for your dog
  • bananas
  • Watermelon
  • Strawberries
  • Papaya
  • Cantaloupe
  • blueberries
  • apples

The Best Fruits For Your Dog

Dinner is finished and you’re munching on your favorite fruit. Your dog is wagging its tail and giving you those cute eyes. Should you share your fruit with your dog or not? We have selected the best and worst fruits for your best buddy!


Excellent source of: Vitamin A, vitamin C, and fiber.
Good for improving: Digestive health, immune system, oral health and freshens breath.
Preparation: Sliced and remove seed and core before serving.


Excellent source of: Vitamin C, vitamin B6, amino acids, potassium.
Good for improving: Heart health, maintaining blood pressure, good source of energy and gastrointestinal problems.
Preparation: Peel and feed 🙂 Tip: if you don’t want to deal with the mushy mess, freeze then serve. Excellent cold treat on a hot day!


Excellent source of: Vitamin C, antioxidants, fiber and phytochemicals
Good for improving: your dog’s immune system, brain health, reduce inflammation and vision.
Preparation: Wash and serve Tip: Blueberries can easily stain furniture and carpets, try feeding when frozen for a less messy experience.


Excellent source of: Vitamin A, vitamin B-6, vitamin C, fiber, folate, niacin and beta carotene.
Good for improving: Your dog’s vision, reduces cell damage and healthy digestion.
Preparation: Remove all seeds and rind. Cantaloups are high in sugars – feed in moderation.


Excellent source of: Vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin A, folate, potassium and papain.
Good for improving: Digestive system, flatulence and immune system.
Preparation: Feed in small quantities – Remove the seeds and skin.


Excellent source of: Vitamins B1, B6, C and K. Fiber, magnesium, potassium, iodine, lycopene and folic acid.
Good for improving: Immune system, digestive health, skin and coat.
Preparation: Remove the top and cut in half after washing thoroughly.


Excellent source of: Vitamin A, vitamin B-6, vitamin C, potassium and magnesium.
Good for improving: Hydration and inflammation.
Preparation: Make sure all seeds are removed before feeding.

Fruits which are bad for your dog

  • Grapes – can cause kidney failure.
  • Cherries – Can cause cyanide toxicity in large quantities.
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    Where to buy dog food online in Thailand?

    Sometimes it can be troublesome to walk to the pet shop to buy your dog’s favourite treats. We understand that, so we have made a short list of websites that sell dog food in Thailand.

    The below mentioned lists provide you with a comparison to make the best choice easy for you. All these sites provide a secure payment system and an abundance of choice. Read on to check out the list.


    Orami Dog Food Thailand

    Website mainly aimed at women. With product categories such clothing, makeup, household products, mother & baby and pets.


  • Low price (often lower than bigger specialize online pet stores)
  • Have most popular mainstream products
  • Website easy to use and navigate.
  • Very good payment system, a very quick and easy process.

  • Cons

  • Not as many products
  • Many out of stock products
  • Language: When switched to English, there are parts of the website that remain in Thai e.g. product description. Nevertheless, most of the website is in English, you will be able to pick your products and navigate through to payment completion.
  • Pet Lovers Centre

    Pet Lovers Centre Dog Food Thailand

    A well established pet shop with several branches in Bangkok. Mainly sell imported products but have also began introducing local products as well.


  • Wide variety of high end imported products.
  • The place to go for niche chemical free products that you can’t easily find in the market.
  • Has physical stores: Paradise Park, Thonglor, Central Festival Eastville & Central Chaengwattana

  • Cons

  • Price is considerably high
  • Website is not very user-friendly, may take longer to browse for products.
  • Not all products are sold online – More variety of products in store
  • When ordering online – need to wait for store to confirm order before paying.
  • Website is in a mix of Thai and English
  • Taily Buddy

    Taily Buddy Dog Store Online Shopping Bangkok

    Taily Buddy is Thailand’s biggest online pet store. They have a wide variety of products ranging from basic to premium products. Locally produced and import.


  • Deal of the day
  • Convenient payment systems – offers cash on delivery around Thailand. Credit cards and bank transfers
  • Sale and clearance section
  • Basic to premium products
  • Very user friendly and easy to navigate.

  • Cons

  • Language: there is still some Thai mixed into the English website but not as much as other websites.
  • Lazada

    Best place to shop for your dog online Bangkok

    Lazada is Asia’s leading online department store, with an easy to navigate website and a smooth functioning mobile app. Has a wide range of product categories, from kitchenware, sports gear to pet product.


  • Easy navigation and very user friendly
  • Many pet suppliers on one platform, can easily compare prices
  • A wide range of products – Both local and import
  • More user reviews than any other platform
  • 14 days easy return
  • Payment options – credit card, paypal, cash on delivery and rabbit pay
    Able to buy though Lazada Mobile app
  • Deals and Promotions

  • Cons

  • For lesser-known products, prices may be exceptionally high. Cheaper prices can be easily found in pet stores or other online pet shops.
  • Most products available are mass-market commercial products. Niche, organic, healthy and other specialized products would not be available.
  • Sometimes statuses of product listings can unreliable. Several personal experience of having a paid order canceled because an item is out of stock.
  • Because there are many different suppliers, delivery time, delivery costs and return policies are usually different.
  • Tops Supermarket

    Central’s supermarket retail business has ventured online.


  • Regular sales and promotions with additional benefits for The 1 card holders.
  • Free delivery for orders over 888 until July 31st
  • Delivery fee is only 60 baht for deliveries in Bangkok
  • Offers same day delivery when order before 13.00
  • Very convenient if you also need other groceries and other household items. Saves you a trip to the supermarket!
  • For fresh food – Tops guarantees freshness by offering a full refund if standards are not met.

  • Cons

  • Not many products to choose from – They are currently offering brands that are usually found in Tops supermarket. Such as Pedigree, Smartheart, Cesar and Alpo. On the more premium side they have ANF.
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