Healthy and Safe Veggies for Your Cavoodle

Healthy Life for Your Cavoodle

We’ve been fortunate to have a healthy little Miss Polly for almost 12 years but we’ll be upfront and say, that we’ve never been the type of dog parents to cook or steam food for Polly. We’ve stuck to a traditional way of feeding her and that’s been through quality dog food.

Having said that, it’s important to understand that a balanced and nutritious diet is crucial for the overall health and well-being of your Cavoodle. Incorporating vegetables into their diet can provide essential vitamins, minerals, and fiber but knowing which vegetables are safe to consume is a must.

So in this article, we’ve listed a variety of vegetables that are deemed healthy and safe for your Cavoodle.


Carrots are excellent for Cavoodles. They are low in calories, high in fiber, and packed with vitamins such as vitamin A, vitamin C, and beta-carotene. Carrots also provide a satisfying crunch that many dogs enjoy. You can feed them raw, steamed, or even grated as a tasty and Cavoodle-healthy

Green Beans:

Green beans are another vegetable that Cavoodles can enjoy. They are a great source of fiber, vitamins (such as vitamin C and vitamin K), and minerals. Green beans can be fed steamed or boiled, ensuring they are tender for easy digestion. They make a nutritious addition to your Cavoodle’s regular meals.

Sweet Potatoes:

Sweet potatoes are a nutrient-rich vegetable that can provide valuable antioxidants, fiber, and vitamins like vitamin A and vitamin C. They are also a good source of complex carbohydrates. Good old-fashioned cooked and mashed sweet potatoes can be mixed with your Cavoodle’s regular food or given as a standalone treat.


Spinach is a leafy green vegetable that offers a range of health benefits. It is packed with vitamins (such as vitamin K, vitamin A, and vitamin C) and minerals like iron and calcium. However, it’s important to note that spinach should be given in moderation due to its oxalic acid content, which can interfere with calcium absorption. Lightly steamed or cooked spinach can be a healthy addition to your Cavoodle’s diet.

We never even knew spinach was an option for Polly 🤔


Pumpkin is a nutrient-dense vegetable that can benefit your Cavoodle’s digestive system. It is rich in fiber, which can help regulate bowel movements. Additionally, pumpkin is a great source of vitamins A, C, and E. You could add plain, cooked pumpkin (a small amount) to their meal.


Broccoli is a nutrient powerhouse that offers a range of vitamins and minerals, including vitamin C, vitamin K, and fiber. However, it’s important to feed broccoli in moderation as excessive consumption can lead to gastrointestinal upset. Steam or lightly cook the broccoli before feeding it to your Cavoodle, ensuring it is in small, bite-sized pieces.


Cucumbers are a hydrating and refreshing vegetable that can be a healthy addition to your Cavoodle’s diet. They are low in calories and contain vitamins such as vitamin K and vitamin C. Cucumbers can be sliced into small pieces and given as a crunchy and cooling treat.

Remember to introduce new vegetables gradually into your Cavoodle’s diet and make sure they do not have allergic reactions or digestive issues. It’s always best to consult with your veterinarian before making any significant changes to your dog’s diet.


Incorporating veggies into your Cavoodle’s diet can provide valuable nutrients and variety to their meals. Carrots, green beans, sweet potatoes, spinach, pumpkin, broccoli, and cucumbers are some healthy and safe options to consider. Remember to prepare and serve the vegetables appropriately, and monitor your Cavoodle’s response to ensure they enjoy the added benefits of these nutritious additions.


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