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Can dogs have sugar cookies too? (with pictures)

Hi there. My dog is about a year and a half old, and is an English Bulldog mix. My question is regarding diet and exercise, and whether or not he can have sugary treats, such as sugar cookies and the like.

I don't feed him dry food, so his diet consists of things like cooked kibble, cooked chicken or turkey, raw meats, canned meats, cooked liver and heart, cooked eggs, chicken broth, and sometimes a bit of raw egg. Sometimes I add some plain rice to his bowl and he gets a little bit of kibble mixed in there, but mostly it's his diet of raw meats. He can eat as much of that as he wants.

I feed him once a day. I used to give him a bone once a day, but he would eat it in like 5 seconds. I was wondering if that would be alright to give him a cookie once a day? He doesn't get any table food. It's only kibble.

I just want to make sure he's eating as well as he can be, so he gets all the good vitamins and minerals he needs. I have him on a diet supplement, though, so I'm not sure if that helps. I also have him on a probiotic and some omega 3 supplements.

Any and all advice you can give me would be greatly appreciated. Also, please feel free to ask any follow up questions as needed.

Here's some more info about his health:

He has a slight cough, but nothing that requires medicine. He has had some minor stomach issues, but he's always had them before and nothing's changed since starting this diet.

Hi there. My dog is about a year and a half old, and is an English Bulldog mix. My question is regarding diet and exercise, and whether or not he can have sugary treats, such as sugar cookies and the like.

I don't feed him dry food, so his diet consists of things like cooked kibble, cooked chicken or turkey, raw meats, canned meats, cooked liver and heart, cooked eggs, chicken broth, and sometimes a bit of raw egg. Sometimes I add some plain rice to his bowl and he gets a little bit of kibble mixed in there, but mostly it's his diet of raw meats. He can eat as much of that as he wants.

I feed him once a day. I used to give him a bone once a day, but he would eat it in like 5 seconds. I was wondering if that would be alright to give him a cookie once a day? He doesn't get any table food. It's only kibble.

I just want to make sure he's eating as well as he can be, so he gets all the good vitamins and minerals he needs. I have him on a diet supplement, though, so I'm not sure if that helps. I also have him on a probiotic and some omega 3 supplements.

Any and all advice you can give me would be greatly appreciated. Also, please feel free to ask any follow up questions as needed.

Here's some more info about his health:

He has a slight cough, but nothing that requires medicine. He has had some minor stomach issues, but he's always had them before and nothing's changed since starting this diet.

I just don't want to mess him up more. He already doesn't like getting treats from anyone but me, so I want to make sure he can get them from other people too.

Well I am pretty new to the forum so I apologize if you are reading this twice.

I am pretty sure a dog that is already on a raw diet can and should eat baked goods. I don't like the idea of giving your dog treats that have had something added to them (even if it is just the sugar) just because you are afraid he will eat them all. Your dog is a very smart dog and I am sure he will pick up on what you are doing and eat his cookie.

My dog eats a dry food and I make him baked goodies in the oven when ever I have the time. He eats it with no complaints. He loves it.

Just because your dog is a raw fooder doesn't mean he can't eat treats, but you should check the ingredient list on the back of the package. I would suggest looking for products that have raw meat and then ingredients that are easily digestible. I'm not really a dietitian, so maybe someone else can give you better advice.

As long as your dog isn't having stomach issues, that should not be a concern.

I think it depends on the brand of cookies. I know I would not give my dogs cookies that have anything added to them.

Yes, it does. I didn't realize it. So I'm thinking it would be alright, then. I'd probably just make them myself and keep them in a ziploc bag to keep them fresh and not get any mold on them or something.

You may want to limit the size of the cookies, too. It could possibly cause him to throw up. Or maybe just make it smaller cookies and have them as a treat that he gets at night.

Well I am pretty new to the forum so I apologize if you are reading this twice.

I am pretty sure a dog that is already on a raw diet can and should eat baked goods. I don't like the idea of giving your dog treats that have had something added to them (even if it is just the sugar) just because you are afraid he will eat them all. Your dog is a very smart dog and I am sure he will pick up on what you are doing and eat his cookie.

My dog eats a dry food and I make him baked goodies in the oven when ever I have the time. He eats it with no complaints. He loves it.

Just because your dog is a raw fooder doesn't mean he can't eat treats, but you should check the ingredient list on the back of the package. I would suggest looking for products that have raw meat and