Dogs Can Eat Bok Choy in Moderation

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Vegetables like bok choy are safe for dogs to eat in moderation. It’s a highly nutritious vegetable that may offer various health benefits for dogs due to being rich in nutrients like vitamin A and vitamin C. It could be served both raw and cooked although we would recommend the latter option for dogs.

When you cook the bok choy, make sure there are no additives or seasonings added to the vegetable. Keep it plain. The bok choy should also be chopped into smaller pieces. Whole bok choy leaves may pose a choking hazard, especially for small-breed dogs.

Please note that bok choy is part of the cruciferous vegetable family. Such vegetables are known to cause issues with the functioning of the thyroid gland so dogs that suffer from conditions like hypothyroidism may want to avoid being fed bok choy.

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