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What Should I Feed My Alaskan husky?
Let’s look at the dietary needs of huskies and the top 5 best dog foods you can give them.
- Hill’s Science Diet Dry Dog Food for Large Breeds.
- Nutro Max Natural Adult Dry Dog Food.
- Purina Pro Plan Dry Dog Food.
- Wellness Core Natural Grain-Free Dry Dog Food.
- Taste of the Wild High Protein Dry Dog Food.
What do Huskies like to eat the most?
Although feeding your husky commercial dry or wet food is less expensive, lasts longer and is easier to store, many husky parents have switched their dog’s diet to include more nutritional and healthier raw foods like chicken, beef, lamb, fish, fruits (no grapes, prunes or raisins) and vegetables.
What foods are bad for huskies?
Which foods can harm dogs?
- Avocado. Avocados contain a substance called persin, which is toxic to dogs and can cause vomiting and diarrhea.
- Cherries. Cherry pits contain cyanide, which is poisonous.
- Chocolate, coffee, and caffeine.
- Raisins and grapes.
- Citrus fruits.
- Coconut products.
Can Huskies eat bananas?
Bananas are wonderful source of potassium and carbohydrates. A reasonable sized banana portion for your husky is about one inch of banana. Cantaloupes contain magnesium, potassium, thiamine, niacin, pantothenic acid and folic acid. They are also a good source of fiber and vitamins A, B complex, and C.
Can Huskies eat scrambled eggs?
Huskies can eat eggs. Eggs are a fantastic source of protein and are a great way to add more nutrients to their diet. But like all foods, it does have its risks. Just make sure that if you feed your Husky cooked eggs, they are plain, with no seasoning or sauces on them that could be harmful to your dog.
Can Husky eat rice?
Huskies can eat brown rice. White rice is also good for Huskies but brown rice is a slightly healthier alternative because it has slightly more protein and slightly less fat than white rice. Rice is easy for Huskies to digest and can help settle an upset stomach.