Pictures yourself making some Smores or having a Graham cracker snack. A pair of beautiful pleading puppy eyes sits next to you. Begging for a treat. Surely one won’t hurt… right?
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Can Graham Crackers Kill Dogs?
Eating the occasional Graham crackers will not kill a dog. Unless there is an extreme allergic reaction, then eating a Graham cracker will not kill a puppy.
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The ingredient list for Graham crackers is not necessarily healthy for dogs but is not toxic or poisonous.
If there is chocolate or artificially sweetener on the Graham cracker, then the story is different. Be mindful of such toppings as they can be poisonous.
Graham cracker alternatives for dogs
Graham crackers will not form a significant part of the diet. They would only ever be considered a snack or treat.
There are many better snack options that you can use as dog treats that your dog will go bonkers for.Prepackaged snacks like the always famous Duck Jerky will provide a healthy, delicious, and easy treat. Easy to have on hand, and puppies and dogs LOVE this kind of dried treat.
I like that it can take a while for some dogs to eat. Others will wolf it down – but if your dog likes to apply with it – you get some distraction and intrigue.
You can also use duck jerky treats for nose work games. You can sniff train with this healthy snack! Check out how to play a simple DIY nose work game at home.
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Nose-work is excellent because it burns both energy mentally AND physically. It can also be done indoors quickly – it is one of the most easy indoor dog games or activities.
Can Dogs Eat Graham Crackers Conclusion
Graham crackers can be eaten by dogs safely. Only in moderation, as too many will lead to short and long term consequences. There is no nutritional benefit to dogs from eating Graham crackers.
So if your puppy has eaten a bit of Graham crackers, you likely do not need to stress!
It does pay to be mindful of toppings (chocolate, nuts, or sweeteners) than may give harm to your dog.