Dogs Can Eat Baby Corn in Moderation

Baby Corn

Baby corns aren’t considered toxic to dogs so they can be enjoyed in moderation as long as they are prepared correctly. A little bit of baby corn could be beneficial to dogs because of its richness in fiber and density in nutrients like vitamin B1 and vitamin C.

Baby corns, however, should not be served raw to dogs. They may become a choking hazard if dogs were to swallow large pieces of the baby corn without much chewing. Baby corns aren’t as tough as the cob of matured corns but some dogs, especially puppies, may still have trouble digesting them.

If you want to give your dog a small amount of baby corn then we would suggest cooking it first (e.g. steaming, roasting, or boiling) then to chop it up into small-enough pieces that can be easily chewed and swallowed.

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